And it was hard work, but such fun! There's a quick report on the Livejournal blog.
So more fibre must be ordered. The black shetland/silk was incredibly popular, all gone by Sunday morning; people were nearly fighting over it.
The darker colours in the oatmeal bfl didn't go well this year, though they were popular last year - lots more needs to be dyed.
Nearly all my other silk blends - oatmeal bfl, merino, baby camel, grey alpaca - went extremely well (the grey alpaca/silk's all gone too.)
So I shall have the rest of April off from dyeing - I have a costume commission I'm just confirming with English Heritage and lots of knitting and sewing I want to do anyway - and start again in May. Vast amounts of fibre to be bought in.
Everything is not organised and put away, apart from a ten kilo bag of undyed sockyarn in the middle of the sitting room. I have a small amount of the British Merino sock yarn left, and I've bought bfl/nylon and high-twist British Falkland. Yum.