In a good show of knitterly temperance, I limited myself to purchasing only very-special-unavailable-anywhere-else goodies at the Vogue Knitting Live show in New York. Let's see how I did:
a signed copy of Nicky Epstein's new book...
I really love this two-way capelet!
Blue Moon Fiber Arts mediumweight in colorway Rooster Rock.
The updated Knitter's Almanac, graciously signed by Meg Swansen, and, lastly,
A lovely tote to carry it all in. A special tote. With words. About knitting. Also signed by Meg.
How did I do? I think I did well, plus, it all fit in my bag for the flight home! By the way, I had an interesting experience in Newark Airport waiting to fly home to Denver. A kind trio of women, who were also on their way home from the Vogue Knitting Live Event, identified me as a fellow knitter by my Linen Stitch Scarf, and invited me to join them for dinner. Typically, I don't eat dinner in the Newark Airport with complete strangers, but somehow, with knitters it's just different!