That’s right folks… after selling out last night, I have come up with a range of new bases you can have your ‘Yellow Jersey’ dyed in.
You can find the listing at www.SarasTextureCrafts.com and you can choose from;
I’ve been spending a bit more time on Ravelry lately, as the group over there has become a bit more active. In the group I love to catch up with what people are making with my fibres and yarn… not just because I love to see it and share it with you (my customers are a pretty talented bunch, bless ‘em!), but also because I hope it inspires your work, or for you to try something new.
I just saw this from a new member (and new spinner) Ammie aka Craftcrazy…
Firstly I dyed some Gotland Fleece.
I called it Fire Opal.
Ammie purchased and then tailspun some of the locks into her wonderful art yarn.
Ammie is hoping to make a cowl for a friend’s xmas gift.
Isn’t this just fab?! This is why I love sharing work… not only do customer’s some up with the most amazing and creative ideas, but it really does make me feel honoured that they chose to shop with me and include some of the fibre and yarn that I love to make.
Thank you Ammie!
Thank you to everyone who sent me their tips on keeping the snails at bay… I’m going to try the coffee grounds and the sharp stone chips and see how that goes. The larger option… Well I think I deserve to drink that after all this hard work!
Hope you are enjoying the bank holiday.
Wishing everyone a happy May Day Bank Holiday!
I’ve long admired Melanie’s work over at http://www.etsy.com/shop/feltmeupdesigns and was absolutely thrilled to have her join me as a customer… I think I did a little dance around the stockroom, when I saw the first order come through! So as you can imagine I squeed with delight to see these photos tagged to my personal and business facebook page this week…
These little cuties… owl babies have proved very popular at a store called Pippin’s in Edinburgh. I can see why… I just want to eat them up they are so cute!
Melanie used my Gingersnap handdyed Teeswater fleece to create the fluffy, feather texture and I love that each little baby owl has turned out so unique.
Thank you for sharing Mel and keep adding those photos to the facebook page so that more customers can find you.