While doing a little sifting-and-sorting in the workroom, I found a small package of discontinued yarns that were not connected to anyone’s name, so I dyed them up. First, there are three of the Merino Laceweight yarn, 1000 yards … Continue reading →
Update: All the unclaimed yarns are now on the Blog Reader Specials page;
Yesterday I used up the last cone of the Superwash Merino DK/Sport wt yarn (280 yards/4oz), and was playing with various dye techniques. There are a couple of Twinsets, but most of them are singles. Learning how to make a layer of color and top it with a different color without having one bleed horribly into the other.
What can you make with 280 yards of DK/Sport wt? Ravelry has over 25,000 patterns for you – socks and scarves and hats and even cute little tea cozies!
To claim the one(s) you want, just send me an email with your selection(s) and I will send you a Paypal invoice. Paypal will collect all your shipping details, but I do need your state or country in order to calculate the right shipping/handling charges.
These will be ready to ship on Monday and will go to the BRS page tomorrow.
Unclaimed yarns are now listed on the Blog Reader Specials page; click there to see which ones are now available.
One of my regular customers (Hi, Belinda!) came to me with an idea for her niece’s Tallit — her niece wanted “rainbow colors with some dark”, and also “rainbow flag colors — she wants to be noticed”. I had … Continue reading →
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and I wanted to give you a little something early. I hope you don’t mind too terribly. This way, you’ll get to enjoy it when the day actually arrives — assuming the mail system works! … Continue reading →
The yarns I showed on Saturday have now been reskeined and the ones not claimed at preview pricing have been photographed for individual presentation over on the Blog Reader Specials page — go there to see the individual pictures and to confirm current availability.
Here are the group shots. First, the Lovely Sock (80/20 SW Merino/Nylon, 430 yards)…
And the Superwash Merino Fingering (420 yards)