Mrs. Crosby yarn: Place your orders!

20 Nov

I know there are many Purlin’ J’s customers out there who simply adore the yarns of our esteemed Mrs. Crosby. You’ve cradled them all (well, except for Train Case) lovingly in your hands whilst aboard the yarn truck. Now is your opportunity to order exactly what you want for that special project in your queue! (For example, I recently used four skeins of Carpet Bag in African Grey to knit this Churchmouse poncho. It just needs to be blocked!) I will be dispatching an order shortly to Mrs Crosby, so here are your instructions:

1. Go to and review your yarn base choices:
Satchel; $20/skein
Steamer Trunk; $20/skein
Carpet Bag; $27/skein
Train Case; $32.50/skein
Hat Box; $32.50/skein
Plus HST.

2. Choose your colour(s), from either the multis or the nearly-solids.

3. There is no minimum order, BUT if you order full bags of 5 skeins/one colour, get 10% off the whole bag!

4. Email Purlin’ J with your requirements and payment preference to: by the deadline: Monday November 24 at noon.

5. Purlin’ J will deliver your yarn once it is received if you’re in Kingston. Want to give a gift of yarn to someone? Give me the specifics and I will deliver your order as a pretty cellophane gift basket to its recipient within Kingston! Or you can pick up your order from downtown Kingston. All other orders will be mailed via Canada Post.

See you Sunday at the Fat Goose Craft Fair, now at Grant Hall!



One Response to “Mrs. Crosby yarn: Place your orders!”

  1. Cheryl November 20, 2014 at 12:32 pm #

    My goodness! You always have the most interesting things in your little bag of tricks 😉

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

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