Everybody's offerings went on one table. We drew numbers and took turns going up and grabbing. All the yarn of one dye lot went as a bunch, so you could easily end up with enough for actual projects. I got some lovely deep red and blue sock yarn, a skein of green and black wool which will work for a scarf, and a bag of maroon wool which is, I hope, enough for a vest. After three rounds, enough people were passing that we made it a free for all. Since nobody else was taking it, I took a few odd skeins I can use for afghan squares. Kathy and Carol both do charity afghans and grabbed a lot of Homespun for those. The biggest leftover was several skeins of chenille. I didn't care for the colors and I find chenille a pain to work with, so that didn't surprise me.
I also got rid of a couple of Mon Tricot magazines from the 1970's.
I am claiming that this means I will spend less money at Maryland Sheep and Wool in two weeks.