This is how it looked after reskeining:
Mind you, there is only ONE skein; I created a composite single photo showing both sides of the same skein.
And, thanks to a most-desperately-needed and most-sincerely-appreciated hour and a half nap this afternoon, I figured out how to make this available to others. Instead of having a separate colorway option, I’m going to include a “black-out” option, so that people can still request any regular colorway, or any customized color(s), and then click the “Black-out” option for an additional $12.50 — because it IS like doing two separate skeins.
I don’t have time to rebuild the order form check boxes tonight, but I will be adding it to the ordering page this week. This technique really does open up a lot of fun options, either for altering one of my regular colorways, OR you will be able to request any color or combination of colors — turquoise? gold? brilliant green?
More on that when it happens.
Also, I wanted to thank everyone for their comments on Facebook. I was just over there and saw this:
There were about 20 comments and 30+ “likes” when I posted that picture to the Knitivity Facebook page. The Organic views were from people who have already Liked the Knitivity FB page. But because they clicked “like” on this particular picture and/or commented on it, then their friends or other people they allow to see their activity were also able to see the picture; these are the Viral viewings.
When people click “Like” on one of my Knitivity posts or leave a comment underneath one of them, it creates a viral experience so that others can view it also. It just depends on whether your Facebook settings allow your friends to view things when you Like or Comment. And the more eyeballs I have, the more likely I will be to get more customers. And that is a GOOD THING!!! So, THANK YOU!!!
Actually I need the kind of exposure as was on my “most popular post”, which was actually something I shared from someone else. But no matter — whatever it takes to get new visitors, right? If I could get 1,000 visitors each week, especially on the BRS pictures, that would be awesome.