Monday, October 18, 2004

Why Yes, He Does Sell Those Spindles!

I've heard from several people wondering if husband sells his spindles. Yes, as a matter of fact he does. He's sold some to a shop in Savannah, GA, and apparently they flew off the shelves they sold so fast. He will do sales by mail in the US at a cost of $10 per spindle plus shipping costs. If you are interested, e-mail me and tell me the size spindle you want (see yesterday's post) as well as the finish (paint or stain).

I worked a bit on the K1P1 hat that I'm making from Merino Plus and started the decreases last night. I wasn't happy with the way it was turning out so ripped all the decrease rows out. I'll have to play with it and see what I come up with as far as a nice looking decrease.

I'm still working on a project for my Knitty Secret Pal and was hoping to have it ready to ship today. Unfortunately, the project isn't cooperating, so it isn't quite ready to mail. Maybe tomorrow. I really need to get it out this week.

I'm planning to get back on my Fluted Banister socks tonight. I've taken a little break from them, and they are calling for attention.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa!!! What shop in Savannah does he sell them to? Is it the knitting shop downtown or somewhere else!?!? I live about an hour from there (in Brunswick). If there is spinning stuff around close, I NEED to know - LOL!!

7:41 PM  
Blogger Amie said...

Those are some darn pretty spindles... I may have to place an order once I'm brave enough to look at my checking balence (I'm still recovering from Rhinebeck)...

1:56 PM  
Blogger Rach said...

Did you work out a nice decrease for your k1p1 hat? I'm just at the point of ripping out my first try!
I did paired decreases at each quarter point around the hat - and it don't look pretty!!!!
Any advice? (leave a comment on my blog if you like)

7:45 PM  

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