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Monthly Archives: December 2013
Are you a yarn lover? A HaldeCraft yarn lover? Are you on Ravelry? If you answered yes to all three questions…. I have an -along for you. This is loosely inspired by -alongs like the “Self Imposed Sock Club”, which is where The … Continue reading
There is excitement in the air. I can’t tell if it’s because I’m ready for and looking forward to GLAM, because I’m ready for and looking forward to my annual Christmas/New Years/Family Birthday vacation, or because I’m ready for and … Continue reading
This product listing is for the Spring 2014 yarn club, a club that runs from January through March and is for three skeins of yarn in the weight of your choosing. This listing will be active until December 31st, 2013. (Photo … Continue reading
I made some mugs for Broken Shelves Books & Art here in Gainesville Florida (here’s their Facebook page). These are ginormous 16-ounce mugs with the Broken Shelves logo on them. Find them locally at Broken Shelves (in the Sun Center … Continue reading
I’ve been getting a lot of messages from new customers (welcome new followers!) about custom orders for the holidays, and shipping times. It breaks my people-pleasing heart to have to tell people I can’t get custom orders done now – … Continue reading
This is all great stuff, but between holiday orders starting to pour in, Thanksgiving vacation, and getting ready for a really big show this coming weekend, I’ve been busy, busy, busy! Mostly I’ve been working on ceramics… here are a … Continue reading