A little sock yarn . . .
Mediumweight in Torridon and Tanzanite (Fair Isle Kit #2)
Lightweight in Backstabber, Tanzanite, a Rare Gem, Waterlilies, Dixie Chick, Cluckers
. . . including Blue Moon's new Silkie Socks That Rock . . .
Puck's Mischief, Lunasea, Downpour, Rooster Rock, Mustang Sally, Knitty Rocks
. . . and some Bambu.
While Blue Moon regularly stocks only what you see on the web, if you catch them at a show you can get all kinds of strange stuff. For example, these slinky grrls:
Seduction in Lover's Leap
Rio in Bronze, Squash Blossom, Cherries Jubilee
Lupe in Bleeding Heart
or some spinning fiber (although most of that goes to The Fold):
I have now sworn off buying any more yarn of any kind until . . . until . . . OK, I ordered the Grandma's Flower Garden colorway, too, for the Prayer Shawl. I am such a follower. If you've read the Debbie McComber books, you'll want it too when you read Back on Blossom Street. Thanks for these links, L-B.
Anyway, I am having to completely revamp my sock and laceweight yarn storage because of these and other recent purchases, so I really am swearing off buying any more yarn. Just don't show me any more KALs, sock clubs, or new yarn sources. Lime and Violet, stay away from me with your stinkin' Yarn Pr0n.