Readers may be perplexed by the fact that this post is dated to Feb. 9th, but only just appeared today, Feb. 11. This is because we have been facing our very own Techno-geddon. Hardware, software and even web hosting turned against us for a couple of days there, but we emerged victorious. If you tried to visit the website yesterday and, well, couldn’t, that was due to our (and our web server’s) Techno-geddon. We’re back, though, and have a lot to show you!
Below that, in the lower left corner, is her Annabella’s Cowl. Made with the yarns originally used by the designer in the color “Mighty Redwood”. At the very bottom of the pile is her in progress Wavy Scarf, using Schaefer Helene in the color “Renata Tibaldi”. Sandra is definitely going to have a warm and stylish neck this year.
Let’s see, what else has been happening in the midst of Techno-geddon? Well, have you seen that we now have FREE SHIPPING?!
It’s true. Get free Priority Mail shipping with a domestic order over $75. If you’d like to read all the specifics, see our Online Ordering FAQ’s page.
Next, we have to admit to some excitement over the arrival of a special edition release from Interweave Press – Knitting Traditions magazine:
“Indulge your passion for knitting with Knitting Traditions! This 148-page special publication from PieceWork magazine presents more than 40 projects—socks, shawls and scarves, items for baby, a variety of hand coverings, hats, squares and edgings, and finger puppets—each with a story that provides historical context.” – Interweave Press
And, while on the topic of the Knitting Olympics, are any of our blogfans participating? I’m slowly managing to convince my
co-conspirators coworkers to try it this year. I’m thinking of making the attempt. What about you? Are you interested? If so, what’re you going to make?
But we’ll let you make that determination for yourself. Until next time, barring another Techno-geddon, happy knitting! And look out this afternoon for another edition of Fashionknitsta.