Acquisition Field Trip!

Hi everyone, Jo here. Beth is busy in the kitchen, tending dye pots, and I figured this was a great time to sneak in here, er help myself, er, that is, make my official “assistant” debut on the blog. For those of you not following along over at Fiberwytch’s FB page: Beth has graciously accepted my offer to help out with the non fiber- and yarn-making aspects of running Fiberwytch — notably, I’m going to be helping out with customer service, much of the social media, and a bit of the order organization and planning work. (Don’t worry; the blog here is still her baby, though I will be popping in as guest blogger F’wytchlet from time to time, just to help out. See? I’m helping!)

Today Beth and I had a rare Saturday off together, and it just so happened to coincide with a multiple estate sale at one of our local gems, Eugene Textile Center. Estate sales are truly too good to pass up, and with the bus route offering nearly door-to-door service, off we went! I thought I’d share some photos with Beth’s readers so that we could take you along with us.

Local Gem!

Local Gem!

Yarn cones -- maybe not as good as ice cream cones, but darn close!

Yarn cones — maybe not as good as ice cream cones, but darn close! (see what I did there?)

Shop cat! A sure sign of fine quality.

Shop cat! A sure sign of fine quality.

The Haul. Two bags full of stuff: $30. I've bought single skeins of yarn for that much.

The Haul. Two bags full of stuff: $30. I’ve bought single skeins of yarn for that much.

Salt and Pepper Sheep. Why? Because, salt and pepper sheep.

Salt and Pepper Sheep. Why? Because, salt and pepper sheep.

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