From Lion Brand I purchased this Zpagetti in red. It's really chunky yarn and all I want is a little basket to hold some yarn. I'll see how that goes.
From Annie and Company, I purchased these four skeins of (Artyarns) ultramerino for only $7 each (they covered up the Artyarn's name, probably so they could sell it for cheap) - what a steal! The two on the left are an olive color, the pair on the right are purple, which my camera shows as blue. I also purchased a Della Q sock sized project bag, but I don't have a picture of it.
From Woolstock, I purchased a whole bag of Silky Wool (which I swore I wouldn't use again because of all the knots I found in prior skeins) which I couldn't resist because of the beautiful blue. I'm determined to make myself a sweater with it. My camera doesn't do the color justice.
Then I went to Loop and couldn't resist these two batts:
The one on the left is grays with white and yellow in the center, the one on the left is brown, yellow, pink and blue. I didn't think I would be attracted to yellow, but I'm sure neither will be as yellow when I'm finished with them.
I also got a bunch of yarn from The Plucky Knitter:
From left to right, purple, teal, toast and navy. This yarn is so hard to get online, so I was very happy that they had a booth there.
And when I got home, there were two packages in my mailbox. One from the Supersock Store, two skeins of Cherry Tree Hill yarn. Interesting thing about that store. It is a brick and morter business, but I was informed that the store is only open for business on Mondays, the rest of the days all business is done online. Did you know that? I didn't.
The other package was from Little Knits who was also having a sale:
I'd say I'm ready for the 52 pair plunge!
So that's what I spent my day doing yesterday. Today I'm just working on Socks on a Plane II, minus the cable:
I'm using Felici from Knit Picks which is soft and reasonably priced and I have two skeins of it so no fudging around this time. : )