The thing I noticed a lot this time was there was less yarn and more fiber intended for spinning. I guess spinning has taken off more in the last two years than I'd realized. How many vendors can sell so much identical product for the same price?
(Above: gorgeous muted colors of naturally dyed and processed yarn by and from Maine fibers by Wind-Spun Yarn by Hope Spinnery, named since their electricity comes from windmills. I'd already spent too much by the time I saw this yarn so didn't buy any, but couldn't resist gushing over it.)
It was a relaxing day and I'm happy I went. I bought some great yarn. I have enough new yarn for at least two full projects and partial materials for two or three more.