Stop in before the end of June and order some yarn from Farmhouse Yarns, LLC. They source all that they can from US cotton & sheep (many of the sheep are hers and some of the yarns are named after the sheep the fleece comes from!). There are many beautiful colorways as well as a variety of textures. Currently DYNT carries some of Fannie's Fingering and Bonnie's Bamboo.
There are some sample cards at the shop for you to browse. That will help with color selection. It doesn't help me, I want one of everything! They are just so brilliant.
I'm also tossing about the idea of expanding the footprint of the store, let me know what you think about that. It's a tough decision, I don't have the inventory to fill it yet, but the space would be good for classes and groups. All you southpaws out there take heed, I'd like to start a Southpaw Knit & Crochet group so you can help each other out with all the "How do I do this backwards?" questions!
If I had extra space, I'd also like to start a "Show - n - Tell" wall or area that showcases pieces made by DYNT customers. It's sometimes fun to show others who share your passion what you have done. Especially when those projects were ones that you weren't sure were going to turn out well. This would also help when customers of the Markethouse on Main stop in and tell me they don't know what to do with yarn. They may never pick up a hook, needle, spindle, or shuttle but they can see what their neighbors are doing!