Wednesday, 19 November 2008

*sniffle* just one more Saturday!

Hiya -- I'll be at the Easton Farmer's Market just one more Saturday -- and this one is supposed to be a cold one. Good -- it's time to take out those knitting needles and get some nice yarn to play with.

On the menu for this Saturday:

Some new, limited edition alpaca/wool blend hand-paints. This is not Peruvian import stuff, but an excellent, US-grown alpaca, blended with US coloured sheepwool. I've painted the entire lot in McLaren Vale (vineyard colours) and some coordinating semi-solids, including olive, jewel-toned blue, eggplant, and a lone hank of autumn orange. To be honest, I don't want to part with it, but I dyed it for sale, so out it goes. It will find a good home.

Also on the menu: some limited edition serendipity skeins of premium sock yarn -- superhigh twist, done in subtle, random colourways. It doesn't last long, so come on down between 8am and 1pm.

Also still available -- a few hanks left of chunky handspun wool and the last few hanks of hemp and wool. Free hat pattern still available for the hemp and wool.

And a hi there to all the folks in Oz. I'll be home soon, ready for the summer -- there'll be a new stock of warm weather knitting supplies and the awesome new Kollage sock knitting needles. They are soooo kewl.

As always, if you don't see the colours/yarns you are wanting, please email me at strandedinoz AT gmail DOT com and I'm happy to take requests.

CU at the markets!

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