Mmmm… Yarn… 🙂
Mmmm… Yarn… 🙂
I need a tiny vent…
I have a lot of stash.
I have so much lot of stash that I have some for sale on Ravelry and Etsy.
I need the real estate and I need to not have to move all this again. Something that will be happening sooner than later.
So when someone wants to buy a skein or two, I’m really happy.
What makes me unhappy is the (many) times that I will get an inquiry, all enthusiastic-like, be asked for a postage quote (find box and packing, weigh, measure, or walk to post office), send the quote, only to have the person email back with ” Oh, I didn’t expect to pay that much!” (referring to either the cost of the yarn – which is clearly indicated in each stash post or the postage – I don’t make these up, that’s what it costs).
Most of my yarn for sale are one offs, ooaks, limited editions or discontinued, highly sought after skeins or colourways.
I’m not having a garage sale. I’m selling gorgeous yarn.
If you are still thinking about making gifts the is year, I have a lovely bunch of yarn and patterns – both knit and crochet, available for sale on my Ravelry profile right here or click on Ryan below to take you right there 🙂
I’m always open to sales of yarn that may still be in regular stash, so feel free to pm me from Rav if something catches your eye.
If you are running out of time, I have a few ready made items listed in my Etsy shop. You can find my shop here. KB Designs And Knits.
*Be sure to include your mailing address if you’re are looking for a quote on postage, I’m happy to check this through the Canada Post website for you. E-transfers through your bank are preferred – no personal financial information to exchange and no fees to either party, yay! – or Paypal.
Wishing you a happy and productive Monday. Just four more sleeps until the next clue in the Westknits Colour Craving Mystery Shawl KAL!
I think I showed admirable restraint in the face of all that fibre goodness temptation! The pink sari captured me completely. I love many traditional things East Indian and to see what is one of the oldest symbols of the Mik’maq people as the embroidered design feature was a wonderful surprise. I am a firm believer in the concept that sharing of cultural elements builds bridges and opens doors. This fabric length, such a simple thing, really touched me.
In the interests of full disclosure…