Anywho, they're so cute, check it :
She has a blog : alpacafarmgirl.com
I ended up getting some roving so that I can try my hand at spinning, and the bag wasn't marked with the name so I am not sure it came from this cutie but I am choosing to believe that it did.
She had some other interesting stuff :
So before the alpaca farm we stopped here :
and the japanese needles which I meant to get two of and then left one on the table so if anybody is going back could you pick up another set for me, at $2 why not.
The purple thingys are some needle stoppers I have been coveting ever since Aimee told me about hers I have been looking and finally ran across some. She swears by them and I have tried others and not been impressed, I have my round ends for my interchangables but these will be for everything else, can't have too many accessories......
Oh and shout out to Jean for the mini rubber place markers and the buttons for the interchangeable set so I know what needle size I was using after I am done procrastinating on a project and finally come back to it. Very helpful. So thanks for those.
After the farm we felt like we needed a drink even though it was only around 2, you know you work up a sweat at a barn. So we went here because - wait for it - they had Magner's. For those of you that don't know it is the tastiest cider (some say Stongbow, and I'm not arguing I'm just glad we're talking about cider). And I am sure I have ranted before about how you can't get it here in MS because of stupid laws, so I wanted a bday cider before we went back home. This place was cool.
And I finished this :