One of the pretty samples that was sent in for January was one from Rule Out Fiber addiction.
Her stitch markers were the very pretty beaded ones on a dark blue business card. Rule out also sent in beautiful little mini balls of roving in an elegant organza bag.
I just visited the shop and was pleased to find a myriad of delicious bags, stitch markers, hand dyed roving and painted yarns! I am particularly interested in her flat feet sock yarn! I have never used a flat feet sheet before, though I hear good things about them. If I don't have to wind yarn before I knit it- then I'm all about it.
I very much appreciate the 1/2 skeins of yarn she sells. Sometimes you don't need to purchase 400 yards of fingering weight if you are just going to make something small like a baby hat or amigurumi toy.
Look at the little shop name explanation she has on her profile section:
"In the world of multi-axial diagnoses a definition of (rule out) is used when all the criteria are not fully met for a diagnosis, or when there are definite features, but not quite enough information. Well, I have all the information to confirm my addiction, but I'm not giving it up! Instead, I'll share!"
I can relate!
Please visit Rule out Fiber addiction and see what she has to offer! I'm eyeing the "Bar Brawl" roving complete with bruised flesh. Hilarious!