Water Series 4 – Old Woman Bay

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~A few quick notes for tomorrows Etsy Shop Update~

  • The Etsy Shop address is https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlueBrick. Right now the shop looks like it only has my patterns, but that will change at 1pm EST tomorrow.
  • I will carry 4 bases tomorrow:
  • Tobermory Worsted

    • Worsted Weight
    • 100% Superwash Merino
    • 200 yards/182 metres per skein

    Escarpment DK

    • DK weight
    • 100% Superwash Merino
    • 256 yards/234 metres per skein

    Killarney Sock

    • Fingering Weight Sock
    • 80/20 Superwash Merino/Nylon
    • 420 yards/384 metres per skein

    Point Pelee Lace

    • Lace Weight
    • 100% Superwash Merino
    • 980 yards/877 metres per skein
  • US and Canadian shoppers will now receive tracking numbers on all shipments, and expedited parcel shipping. Shipping will be *slightly* more expensive than it was last time for US shoppers, but I think you’ll appreciate the difference!
  • Each colourway will have more options for purchases. Per colour I am trying to list 4 Tobermory Worsted, 4 Escarpment DK, 4 Killarney Sock and 4 Point Pelee Lace. At the current size of our operation we have maxed out the size of each dye lot, but this is twice as big as last time and should provide shoppers with more options.
  • Lastly – a few folks have asked about the return of colours from my first release. We will bring back colours that were really popular eventually (we want to ultimately create a ‘signature line’ of people’s favourites) but we’re not there yet. For now I’d have to say that if you really love something, grab it 🙂

Ok! Onto my last new colour way: Old Woman Bay is in Lake Superior Provincial Park, and it’s one of our favourite spots 🙂 Lake Superior is, by volume I believe, the largest freshwater lake in the world, and I’ve always felt that, from here, it felt very much like the ocean.

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I’ve also been showing off photos of how the work looks reskeined, enjoy!

Bajan Pier

Bajan Pier

Thor's Well

Thor’s Well

Tommy Thompson Park (left) and Yachats (right).

Tommy Thompson Park (left) and Yachats (right).