Finally, after over a week of waiting, calling and being somewhat impatient, I ran downtown Holland with my young son (who was thrilled to go to a yarn store) to Lizzie Ann's Wool Company and picked up a skein of Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride Bulky to finish my sweater. Because the dye lots were different, I was planning on ripping back to the stockinette stitch and then using the new dye lot on the garter stitch trim. But, as I held the two yarns next to each other, I simply could not tell the different between the two. I am guessing it was simply the fact that it was a heather gray with a lot of different colors in it already. So I spit connected and finished it up. After that, I sewed on the button and then did a line of single crochet under the arm to stabilize the rolled up stockinette (if I did it again, I would have put garter stitch there, oh well).
My son ended the trip with a treat as well, on the way back to the van, we stopped at the Holland Peanut Store and picked up some chocolate covered marshmallows, yum yum!