I took more pictures and did less shopping.
I had seen that multicolor skein of yarn Friday in the Western Sky Knits booth. They are a new vendor this year, and by the looks of it, I think they were pretty popular with the crowd.
Anyway, so, I had seen that skein of yarn, and I just wanted it. It was really pretty, but pretty wild. I didn't really know what to make with it; so, I held off. I went back and just bought it yesterday, and while I was walking away, I remembered a pattern that I had seen on Ravelry called Lazy Girl Shawl...Then I remembered a pretty turquoise color that Madelinetosh makes called Oceana...so, I went to her booth to look for some in her MCN. She was out of Oceana in everything except one skein of TML and a few skeins of another base. I went with the TML. I am hoping that the one skein will do it, but since I probably won't start on this project right away, I can wait til her new storefront - Madtosh - opens later this month to get more...
I had also seen a pretty yarn caddy the day before in the Knitting Lagniappe booth, and went back yesterday and bought it. It matches well enough with the blue dragonfly yarn bowl I had purchased from them in a prior Fiber Fest.
Gynx Yarns was a new vendor this year:
As was Gritty Knits:
And Wooly Wonka Fibers:
A few of the established favorites...
Butterfly Girl Designs:
The Buffalo Wool Co:
The Woolie Ewe sent their splinter shop, the Woolie Wok:
There was a Ravelry Meet and Greet in the Stitching Lounge. Here's a picture of me with Sarah and Mary-Heather:
So, I am off for the final day of fun...