Jon and I had the most delicious egg sandwiches at the Wooden Solider Diner in Fair Haven on our way to get my wool in Brandon, VT this morning. It’s one of those diners that never got updated, not in the past 40 or so years anyway.
I picked up about forty skeins of wool from the Vermont Fiber Mill. They’re Green, Blue, Red and Purple and work beautifully together. Red was so comfortable on the alpaca rug he didn’t want to get up to leave.
The alpaca’s came out to greet us as we were leaving. Deb and her husband raise them, and sell their wool as products or yarn.
I’ll be putting up my wool up for sale in my Etsy Shop sometime over the weekend.
We’re getting ahead of the snow storms predicted for the weekend and picking up my wool in Brandon Vermont this morning. I think we’ll stop on the way at the Wooden Soldier Diner in Fair Haven Vermont for breakfast.
As always, I’m excited to see my wool, especially since I don’t even remember what colors I had it dyed this time. I’ll post some pictures on facebook and instagram as soon as I can, and more on my blog when I get home.