Make a (Super snow) Angel this weekend!

31 Jan

It’s Super Bowl weekend! Wa-hoo! Time for beer, chicken wings, and knitting. (You think I can sit through a four-hour football game, when I don’t actually understand the rules, without knitting? NO CHANCE.) And look, I managed to find a video that encapsulates everything that this week is about: SNOW (yes, there’s more coming, Kingstonians), football, and Angel, this week’s yarn special!

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Angel is a light and airy lace-weight yarn with a radiant fuzzy halo. Choose from six colours of Angel yarn (76% mohair, 24% silk) from Debbie Bliss. This week only, each ball is $7.50, no HST. (Reg. $11 ea.) Choose from: [left photo] Cream (15034; top), Raspberry (15016; middle), or Mink (15004; bottom); and [right photo] Chartreuse (15028; top), Print (15810; middle), or Teal blue (15023; bottom).

And here’s a project that’ll knit up before you can say Vince Lombardi: One ball of Angel (200m/25gr ea.), coupled with another aran or worsted yarn, will make this drapey shoulder cozy that doubles as a cowl.

The Fine Print: To purchase, please send an email to info@purlinjs.ca with your selection and delivery preference. I offer free delivery to within Kingston with a minimum purchase of $15, or you can pick up from downtown Kingston, or I can send via Canada Post [additional charge]. A PayPal invoice will be sent to you. No HST. While quantities last! Offer expires 6 February 2014.

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Purlin' J's

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Sue Schlabach

Artist, photographer and upcycler living in Vermont. Viewer of the world through eyes and lens.

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