Tag Archive: yarn

Save 25% on Local Wool Project Yarn & Fiber

There are some new yarns I would really like to add to my line, but before I can add anything, I really need to free up some space. So everything from the Local Wool Project is 25% off. No coupon needed. The prices are already marked down. The yarn is 75% Washtenaw County wool/25% Michigan …

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18 new colorways

I just wanted to let you know I’ve done a massive shop update. There are 18, count them, eighteen, new yarn colorways! This is Corrie Sock in Magic Carpet. In the next few days I’ll also be adding four new combed top colorways and making some general changes to the website, but I need to …

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Good News, bad news, good news, and good news

Ok! First the good news! Corrie Sock is back in stock! Yay! Now the bad news. I’ve managed to keep most of my prices steady for a long time, absorbing my rising costs. Yeah, I can’t do that anymore. Not if I want to do frivolous things like pay the mortgage and eat. So I …

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25% off everything today only!

Today only, everything in my store is 25% off with the coupon code MONDAY25OFF. The discount even applies to clearance items, and I’ve just moved a lot of stuff into the clearance section that would make great gifts. Two of the most popular gifts each year are my sock yarn club and fiber club. If …

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Ibuprofen and Wool

Usually on Thanksgiving Day I post a list of things I’m grateful for. I missed it this year. It’s not that I’m ungrateful. I’m grateful for many things. But it was hard to focus on anything except my back pain. It’s been aching for the past month. Wednesday, after realizing I’d been saying “if it …

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Finally!

A post with photos!  And a shop update!  I finally added the Orchid Lust handspun yarn I meant to add, um, a couple of months ago?  (Blush…) And since it’s been so long, I spun more in that time, so here’s Girlish Charm. I know, I still need to show you pictures of my knitting, …

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