Monday, March 17, 2008

Perhaps Today is a Good Day to Dye

Introducing the first wave of our hand-dyed house yarn, Perhaps Today is a Good Day to Dye.

What we have now are prototypes, running between 200-400 yards, in colors that we are planning on carrying. These are very limited, as this may not be the base yarn nor the dye that we settle on for good; but we wanted to start getting these out there to see if there was an interest and what the feedback might be like. Currently these are only available in-store, as we are working on a major website re-design; as soon as we finish that up these will be for sale online as well. If you are not local and are interested in making a purchase of this yarn, we'd be happy to ring you up over the phone-- just give us a call! We'd be happy to tell you what we have, in what yardage/colorway. Prices currently run between $13-$17, depending on the yardage. Once we settle on dyes and a base yarn, the prices will increase, but the put-up will be a steady 400 yards.


Betharoopie said...

I'm running around in circles, squealing and yelling "yummy-yummy-yummy"!!!! With jazz hands, even. :)

Mairwen said...

Lovely, lovely colorways! I love some of them, even though I wouldn't wear them personally (I'm not much of a hot pink kinda gal). Yum!

Anonymous said...

oh no, oh no ohnoohnoohnoohno

Pink, black, green! It's like a dream come true!!!!! How about a contemporary retro granny squares blanket/throw done with these colors? Hot'cha cha cha! Lovin' it!!!

merrie alynn said...

OMG!!! The chocolate covered fruit and the pink, black, green. What to do with it? Who cares?

What's it made of now? It's loverly!

Hanks said...

Thanks, everyone!

Currently the base yarn is a sock-weight superwash merino. We have plans to branch out in the future into different blends, but that's all we have for right now.

jacquieblackman said...

I've got a case of the jazz hands too.