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Sick of buying parsley…

The sometimes very necessary Parsley.


I’m sick of buying parsley, only to use a couple of leaves and have the rest rot.  SO, my wonderful friend/neighbor and I were carted off by her DH to our annual zoo plant sale to buy herbs for the Summer.  I bought (2) types of parsley, (2) types of basil, oregano, sage, rosemary, and NO, no thyme.  [DB (dear boyfriend) doesn’t like thyme, so it’s been removed from the spice cabinet (as far as he knows!).]  We’re gonna stick it to the “Herb Department” at the grocery store once again.  Fresh herbs cost too much!

I had some yarn come in this past week.  🙂
I’ve got Noro Daria in stock in three colours.
I’ve got 5 new colors of Rowan Cotton Glace.
I’ve got 2 new colors of Rowan Handknit Cotton.
I’ve got 1 color of Rowan Kid Classic.

Please be aware that there are only FIVE Folk Style Modern Quilt Wrap kits left in stock.  Once they’re gone, that’s it!  It’s been a very good addition to the shop, but I can’t go through that again.  I will have another blockbuster kit some day soon, I hope.  I’m always looking!  If you have any ideas, please don’t hesitate to throw it my way!


April 22, 2008 at 3:37 am 5 comments

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April 22, 2008 at 2:36 am Leave a comment

Folk Style Modern Quilt Wrap Kits are in stock!

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?  I have TEN kits in stock, in the original design colors (yes, I have the GOLD).  It was a challenge to gather these yarns up, but I kicked it’s butt.  So, at $113 and free shipping, who wants one?  One kit will make two Wraps.  Some folks are making theirs a little wider and using up more yarn.  Click here to view and/or buy a kit!

Now back to the drafting work!

April 16, 2008 at 8:27 pm Leave a comment

Mirasol has come to!

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The Mirasol Project supports local communities in Peru through the sales of the Mirasol Yarn Collection, which includes yarn made from the animals tended by these communities for generations in the Peruvian highlands.”  I was exposed toThe Mirasol Project at market in January in Long Beach.  It made me feel warm and fuzzy.  No, I’m NOT being sarcastic.  I personally think it’s a good cause, and the yarns are lovely!  I have finally inserted Mirasol on the website.  I don’t have any in stock yet, as I’m waiting to see what your reaction will be.  As things are tough all over everywhere now, I didn’t want to stock up on it before receiving an order from you guys.  We’ll see how it goes!  Hopefully you’ll take to it the way I did at market.

Please don’t hesitate to comment me with any questions!


April 16, 2008 at 3:01 am 2 comments

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