Vintage Bazzar Recap and Handspun Yarn Summer Sale- Going On Now!
This past weekend I was at The Vintage Bazaar
at Pettengill Farm in Salisbury Mass. This is the second year that I vended at this show and apart from the intense heat, I had so much fun! This year I stayed in a little cottage on the beach with my friends at Madder Root
and that made the weekend even better. Being that I am a total shut in most of the time, it was great to talk shop with other fellow makers who have been my friends for years. Actually, Jan of Madder Root, is the fine lady who got me selling on Etsy
in the first place!
Unfortunately, I was having so much fun, that I forgot to take pictures of the cute cottage we stayed in, the beautiful sandy beach, the GORGEOUS flower farm that the event was at, or any of the other hip and trendy vendors at the show. It's really no surprise....I always forget.... Thankfully the ladies of Madder Root
were on the ball, you can check out some of their photos here
I came home from my weekend quite a bit lighter, very tired, and full of new ideas for new projects and shows to come.
After unpacking I noticed the yarn wall
is quite full again. Normally, being in show season that would be a good thing, but since I have many pounds of wool heading this way and a bunch of handspun coming up the line, it's actually a bit of a problem. Since there is mostly 1 or 2 skeins left in the remaining dye lots (and larger lots do best at shows), I thought it was a good time for my semi-annual Summer Sale!
So, from now until next Wednesday, July 3rd (originally the sale ended Saturday, but since I was slow to blog about it I thought I would extend the sale) all handspun yarn
has been marked down 30%. Plus, all the prices have been adjusted so there is no need to use a coupon code with this one. The nice part about that is if you are a OnTheRound Facebook Fan
then you can still use your free shipping code!
If you have never worked with handspun yarn this is a really great time to give it a try!
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