Then I got 3 balls of Karabella Aurora 8 - about 300 yards, which is a weird amount, but it's such amazing stuff I couldn't turn it down. I think it'd be great for a cowl or gloves - I've looked at all the Ravelry projects using Aurora 8, and it shows stitch definition fantastically - maybe it's calling for some cables!
Then, because I just can't turn down Manos del Uruguay - especially when it's 40% off! I got one hank of this brick red: Delicious!
Just outside of Terrace Park is the cutest little town called Milford and it's half the fun of making the trek to Fiberge. We stopped for some coffee when we passed through the first time - our sly plans to arrive early and beat out all the other knitters was slightly miscalculated and we decided that getting coffee sounded better than standing outside the door of Fiberge for an hour! Then on the way back through we got some quiche and tomato soup for lunch before hitting the wacky antique stores. I got some great stuff, of course - it's about impossible for me to drive out of Milford empty handed! Stay tuned for pictures of my old lady earrings, plaster birds, and more - I'll show them all in my next post!