Hi all! This is going to be a fairly brief Tuesday post since I'm still catching up at work and I have to leave early to take Henry to the allergist. And then I'm off tomorrow, so I'm queueing up the Catholic Book Club
post to be ready, I'm *that* dedicated to keeping my promises on blog content. ;-)
But I wanted to share two sales with you that I have already either
done damage at
shopped :) or will be shopping this coming weekend. Great gift opportunities as we approach Advent and Christmas season!
|My own personal Yarn Unpacker...|
If you know anyone who is a knitter or crocheter, Knit Picks
is having their biggest sale of the year all this week, through Monday December 1st. I was fanning myself in my office yesterday morning when the sale went live and I grabbed a sweater quantity of a cashmere/merino wool blend
for 50% off. And a gorgeous alpaca/merino tweed
for a cabled cardigan for Mike. I know it's hard to guesstimate how much yarn someone would need to make something, but 5 skeins of something in worsted weight
would be a good amount for a hat and mittens, and 10-15 is generally a sweater quantity. A 100 gram hank of fingering weight yarn
will make a gorgeous pair of socks. Just some ideas. ;-)
And of course, any shopping with the Catholic Librarian wouldn't be complete without mention of rosaries...
|This is a gift, but I like it so much I want to keep it for myself :0|
The absolutely lovely Etsy shop Rosaries by Allison
will be having specials all December long, beginning with Small Business Saturday on November 29th. I adore Allison's rosary designs, and frequent her shop for rosaries for myself and others. She will also custom design anything you have in mind! For the coupon codes for the sales, "like" her shop Facebook page
and you will see them there as the dates come up. I'm planning on heading over to her shop on Saturday since there are a few rosaries that are simply calling my name, and I'm not telling you which ones, so that I have a hope of them still being there this weekend. ;-)
Happy shopping everyone! I'll chat with you tomorrow for the Book Club
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