Go green, baby! Plus new day for the weekly special

15 Feb

So I’m switching up the weekly special thing starting today! It appears that Saturday works a lot better for publishing the weekly special for lots of reasons. So look forward to Saturday afternoons so you can see what Purlin’ J is featuring this week. I’ve been busy finding some great new products to have aboard Lil Dorothy this season, and scheming to do a 6-day tour of the Ottawa valley! Plus I finally created my promised Purlin’ J’s customer email list! (If you signed my guest book in the truck and left your email with me, you will automatically be added.) And now for your Saturday special:

ecobaby
Ecobaby is a sport weight yarn (50gr/125m) that is 100% organic, fair-trade cotton. This week get two balls for $10, no HST. Eight balls is about right to make a super-easy garter stitch and colour-blocked baby blanket. Choose from six sorbet shades: (Bottom photo) (top L) Ecru, col. 14016; (middle L) Stone, col.14015; (bottom L) Aqua, col. 14005; (top R) French Navy, col. 14019; (middle R) Mallow, col. 14021; and (bottom R) Rose, col. 14012. 100% organic cotton, Made in Italy.

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 $20, 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 21 February 2014. Join Purlin’ J’s customer email list here!

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Purlin' J's

"One of the coolest 'yarn stores' I've ever seen" --Vogue Knitting magazine, Holiday 2013

Sue Schlabach

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

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