Greetings and Salutations! I hope everyone is having a great day! And if for some reason you aren’t, I hope this helps cheer you up! Just thought I’d share a few fun things happening around the store this week. Maybe something to take your mind off some of the impending Holiday Stress or just your average Wednesday Woes. 🙂
A huge Thank You goes out to Kim and Rosemary for sending us some adorable (and SPARKLY!) cards with their Lotto Cards! They’re so cute and I can’t wait to hang them on the Customer Love board.
Many yarn shipments have been showing up on our doorstep of late, so if you’ve been hunting down a certain base, color, or brand – be sure to have your Wishlist set to email you when it’s back on the shelves! It could arrive at any time and we don’t want you to miss out!
Recently we started carrying brand new Tote Bags! They’re just as durable as the all blue bag but with new graphics and new features! The pink bag is the same size as the blue bag, but PINK and features the handy front pocket and a spiffy new logo declaring your love for ESK! The tan bag has the gorgeous blue on the base as well as the *longer* straps, features a snap to keep your things from falling out, and our adorable kitty mascot knitting away on the front! Both bags are quite roomy, durable canvas and are available for sale now.
How about a little Sock-Along Update: we’re all still on our first sock! It’s been just a little busy around the store of late what with making plans for next year, helping folks get yarn for their holiday projects, taking inventory, and countless restocks we’ve let our socks languish around the shop. But we aren’t giving up hope! There’s still almost a month until the Finished Socks contest and we’re pretty sure we can make it! Thanks to all the cheerleaders in our Sock-Along Ravelry thread for keeping everyone motivated! We love you!
For more yarny goodness, keep your eyes on our Ravelry group and our Facebook page – both are sure to inform and entertain! If you’re a Pinner, check out our array of boards and pins on our Pinterest page. And if you prefer your yarn news mainly in pictures or manageable 140 character bites, follow our Instagram and Twitter feeds!