Once again, my Blog Reader Special bins are filling up, and the yarns keep staring at me wondering why nobody has adopted them yet, like forlorn puppies scratching at the glass. I’ve been pondering how to do this, and even now I’m not entirely clear. What I DO know is that I have too much unclaimed yarn. Here is a very quick scan of the bins, shot in outdoor day light so you can see them all together:
Normally we have Twinset TWOSday, with 20% off for each Twinset you claim. This time we’re going to do even better:
Buy two, get one (of equal or lesser value) FREE!
Buy four, get two free.
Buy six, get three free.
And, it’s not just for today’s Twinset TWOSday — this offer valid until Friday, or until the yarns run out, whichever happens first.
Make Your Selections from the Blog Reader Specials page, where all the available yarns are shown.
And it totally does not matter if you take a Twinset or just take three unmatched skeins. Down below you can see some random sets of yarns that could work together in a variety of projects – scarves, shawls, baby blankets, socks (!), hats, etc. — just as examples. Your tastes may vary, and you may already have a pattern or color scheme in mind.
OR, if you can’t decide which ones to get, tell me how many yarns you want to play with and I will pick as many random non-matching selections as you request. It’ll be like opening a surprise present!
To get your deal, just send me an email with either your numbered selections OR ask for the “Surprise Me” option and tell me how many you want to buy — I’ll invoice for the number of skeins you request, and will add free skeins accordingly.
Shipping: three skeins ship at $5.50 in the U.S. After three skeins, it has to ship Priority in the U.S. and the amount will be based on weight and your ZIP code, so be sure to remind me of your ZIP Code in your request.
I can squeeze up to 12 skeins into the medium size flat-rate priority shipping box, and for most destinations in the U.S. it is only $13.85, which is an awesome shipping deal for that much yarn! Over 6 yarns automatically goes in a flat-rate box, but you can request First Class shipping and I’ll ship in smaller packages.
For international shipping, I use USPS First Class International, and I’m happy to check the costs before you commit to a purchase.