Kay and I set off last Saturday morning (has it really been over a week ago??) for Whately, MA, where we met our friend, Linda (and saw her lovely, beautifully decorated house - how does she do it, working full time with two dogs and a cat? It's not fair to the rest of us), then had a wonderful lunch at Sylvester's in Northampton. Then...Webs.
I did all the right things - made a list, had a budget, had a few projects in mind. I walked through the door. List? Budget? Wazzat? If any reasonable portion of my brain had been functioning, I would have chosen the little shopping basket instead of the full-sized grocery cart. My rationalization was that I needed someplace to put my coat and purse while I looked around. Of course, Webs is crafty - in all definitions of the word. Their carts were in the warehouse. Once I walked through that door, all was lost. In my own defense, I did pick up and put down at least as much as I picked up and put in my cart. That should have given me cause to pause. But, but, NORO was everywhere and on sale!!!
I didn't take pictures because my eyes were rolling back in my head and sparks were flying from my fingertips. And I forgot my camera. Seriously, Webs is a mecca for all things spinning, weaving and knitting. It is a glorious riot of colors and textures. You can find almost anything you desire there, and yarn you didn't even know you desired. It was a great trip. I will never go again. For at least a month.