Yep, it’s that time again…. people quit knitting so much in the summer so I have WAY too many yarns, and I just finished two more racks to show you tonight.
But first, here’s the discounts available, and they count for any new BRS claimed from the racks below, OR any previously posted Blog Reader Specials, OR any of the remaining Knitivi-TEEs — in any combination from any of these offerings — so be sure to check all available offerings and then submit your request by email. If you’ve not ordered recently, be sure to let me know your state or country so I can calculate the correct shipping.
- 15% off your entire order of $30.00;
- 20% off your entire order of $50.00;
- 25% off your entire order of $75.00; or
- 30% off your entire order of $100.00.
Not bad, right? These discounts are valid through Sunday, Oct 23; as long as your email request is time-stamped by midnight Sunday evening, you’ll get the discount.
So, here are the newest racks. I did all of today’s dyes as Twinsets — two hanks dyed together in the same pouch to ensure they can be knit together. Depending on your pattern you might want to knit from both balls simultaneously, alternating every couple rows, so as to avoid any obvious “new ball” jog or unusual color-pooling. There is enough in any Twinset pair to make most of the newer shawl patterns that call for up to 800 yards of sock/fingering yarn. There is one oddball Phydlbitz (#662) that was dyed previously, so it doesn’t have a matching Twin. Note: you do NOT have to take both yarns of a Twinset.
The first rack is entirely Phydlbitz Sock – 75/25 Superwash Corriedale/Nylon, 430 yards, $26.00 apiece. EDIT: #674 is Lovely Sock, not Phydlbitz… my mistake!
Already Claimed: 665, 666, 675, 676, 679, 680, 689, 690
The second rack is a combination of BFL DK/Sport (not superwash), 330 yards for $26.00, and Lovely Sock – 80/20 Superwash Merino/Nylon, 420 yards, $26.00. :
There is also one additional Twinset of the BFL DK/Sport that I am holding back — I made a video of me dyeing it up, so I need to hold that pair back to complete the video when it is reskeined for presentation. 🙂