Do you like our handmade soaps? We now have draining soap trays to keep those soaps going longer!
Do you try to buy local whenever you can? Or love the idea of knowing where your wool comes from? We now have a small lot of yarns from Laughing Lamb Woolery here in Dawson Creek. On the labels, you even get to see which sheep or part of the flock produced that particular yarn! These are beautiful, rustic, aran weight yarns at $11 per 4 oz skeins, that soften and bloom a lot once soaked in Eucalan or similar wool washes. Come check them out!
We’re bringing in something new, and that means all our remaining Namaste purses/knitting bags are now 20% off. If you’ve been eyeing one, come pick it up at a discount before it’s gone!
Do you love the thrill of finding a new indie dyer? I do. And have we found a great one (with a little help of course)!
We just got in our very first shipment of Yarn Indulgences. Setting this up has been a delight, and we absolutely love the yarn, so we’ll definitely be getting more next year.
For now, we’re stocking her Style Fingering – a fingering weight merino/silk blend with an amazing hand, and her Indulgent DK – a super squishy merino. And the colours! You just have to see and feel this stuff in person, so I’m not even going to try to put up a picture that would do it justice…
So, come on in and take a look, and treat yourself to a little indulgence!
It’s hard to believe it’s already December, and yet, here it is! We’ve filled up our kids table and front window display with an assortment of Christmas novels, Christmas craft books, etc, to get you in the mood for the season.
We’ve also got an assortment of gifts for that special person in your life. Little tea or coffee goody baskets make great teacher presents, and we’ve got travel mugs, tea/coffee presses, Torani syrups, milk frothers, etc. for the tea or coffee lover on your list. We’ve also got an assortment of knitting needles and tools, wooden crochet hook sets, yarn, SOAK products (wool wash, Handmaiden hand cream and Heel foot cream), as well as Namaste knitting bags and purses, and of course our very own hand made soaps.
Or, if you see something you would like for yourself, leave us your wishlist and tell your Santa it’s here. We’ll be happy to share it with him when we see him next!
Looking for a new wallet for Christmas? We just got in a new shipment, including several of the Andy Everson designs. Here’s a sneak peak:
What is a 3, 2, 1 sale, you ask?
It’s our newly stocked sale table! These are all books we’re clearing out to make space for newer stock, and all are priced at $3, $2 or $1. There’s a little bit of everything in this sale. Right now, the table is loaded up with young readers, fiction, romance and a few cookbooks. Check in often, though; we’ll be adding lots more over the coming weeks, from history to Christian fiction and everything in between!
Have you always wanted to learn how to knit socks?
We will be offering a sock knitting workshop on Sunday, November 9th. To take part in the class, you must already be comfortable knitting in the round (on double-pointed needles, 2 circulars, or magic loop).
– The cost is $35 (including taxes) for a 4-hour workshop, covering all the skills needed to knit your own lovely handknit socks.
– Bring your own worsted or bulky, smooth, plied yarn (no singles, fuzzy, novelty/eyelash yarn, etc), and needles of the appropriate size to knit in the round in the method you find most comfortable (double-pointed needles, 2 circulars, or 1 long circular for magic loop).
Call for details and/or to register.
The Art Walk is nearly here, so we’re having a sale on all our existing Chipabirdee Images photography to make space. If you’ve been eyeing any of the pieces on our walls lately, this is your chance. All pieces are 35%-45% off. Here is a little sampling:
…but I’m not artistic. That’s why we bring in art from other talented people to put on our walls!
Heading up to the holidays, we’ve got Chipabirdee Images photography up. I tend to love wildlife photography the most, but I was surprised by this batch of photos. My favourites were probably the two framed in recycled barn-door wood frames: one of sun peeking through on a stand of birch trees, and the one below with the old rocking chair. Here’s a sneak peak for those of you who haven’t been in recently:
Come check them out, and pick your favourite! And as always, you can leave it on our wishlist for the santa in your life.