Okay, so I’ve gotten all the latest Blog Reader Specials posted to the BRS page. You’ll need to click through for individual pictures but I have to say I am particular tickled with how they turned out. I’ve learned … Continue reading →
The latest Blog Reader Specials have been hung up to dry, and they are available here at preview pricing for 24 hours only ($4.00 off per skein, until 4:00p.m. Saturday). Today’s lot are all singles, no Twinsets; 10 Knitterman’s Lace and 10 Phydlbitz Sock.
Just email me with your numbered selections – and be sure to include any others you want from the Blog Reader Specials page, too.
These will be all finished drying, reskeined, and ready for shipping on Monday.
Still available: 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87
Already claimed: 78,
First up … Knitterman’s Lace.
And here are the Phydlbitz Sock yarns –
Awrighty, then! A few weeks ago I started playing with a concept. I figured out what I needed to figure out, and now I no longer need to hold onto the prototype. So I am going to let it go.
Hand-made of 100% feltable wool and wool/mohair blends, so it will need to be hand-washed and dried flat. It is perfect for those with lots of hair to contain out of the wind. It is heavy, as hats go, and will provide plenty of warmth. It is a generous size to fit almost any adult, and the ribbed edge can be worn down around the face, or folded back.
I could ask for more, but with this c-c-cold weather in certain parts of the country, I will let it go for $75.00, and I will include Priority shipping in that price. If you believe it is worth more, of course, you are welcome to offer more. 🙂
Just be the first person to email me and claim it, (ray (at) knitivity (dot) com) and it can ship tomorrow. Please, no holds on this one, first come, first served.
Out of the 20 skeins shown for preview, only 8 were remaining this morning, to be uploaded to the Blog Reader Specials page. Be sure to check there to see which ones are still available at the time you are … Continue reading →
Whenever possible I have tried to use First Class postage on packages. In the U.S. I can ship up to 13 ounces (3 skeins) at First Class, and above that it automatically converts to Priority rate. For international shipping, I … Continue reading →