|Locally grown and spun wool and alpaca. The blue yarn is wool from New Hampshire sheep and the brown is alpaca from the next town over from Concord, NH.|
|Cute little pack of fat eights. I think I'll make coasters and scrappy napkins?|
|I liked this yardage calculator. The yarn is made of milk protein fiber and soy! Very cool, don't you think?|
|I liked these fat quarters, but they don't really go together. They'll go with something I have at home, I'm sure of it.|
|Pre-cut hexies!! There are 100 - what can I make with them? I have no idea how big the hexes will be...|
|I've wanted die-cuts from this company for years. I'm really pleased with my butterflies.|
|Strangely, fish in New Hampshire seem to taste strongly of strawberry candy. *grin*|
|These are 10" squares. I think there might be enough, if I add some strips of solids, to make a quilt out of each pack! Yay for more quilts!|
Tomorrow, we're going to see what's up north. I've been to a few places in northern New Hampshire, but it was snowing and dark, so I didn't actually see much. I've heard it's really pretty and I'd love to see it.
I've taken pictures of the Boston Aquarium and other local pretty places - I'll try to post those as well.
I hope everyone's having a good week.