There were sheep everywhere along the highway. Some were even inside the fence. There were sheep as black as coal, grey sheep, brown sheep in several shades, lots of white sheep and some were two toned in black and white or brown and white.
I bought some yarn for mittens and don't really have a plan for the einband, its lace yarn, the tag was on the sweater and I hope it is the name of the woman who knit my sweater. I love it! The lady in the shop told me there were 6 or 8 women who knit the sweaters for the shop, she was one of them and two other knitters were also in the shop when I was. I bought buttons for a sweater for hubby, he likes the reindeer antler buttons best. I also bought buttons made from rams horns and a couple little sheep for my miniature shelf or to mix in with the Christmas creche.
These were the bags from the locally hand made shops. Newspaper.......the one with the chickens is a sheet of paper folded and machine sewn then holes were punched for yarn ties. The other is folded and glued just like a brown paper lunch bag with yarn handles. What a great way to recycle!
This yarn waterfall was at the airport in Keflavik. Maybe next week I'll have some knitting to show. --Ann-- Linking to Judy's OTN