(First, a piece of Book Report business: I have amended my Woot rating below so that those who were initially confused by it might better understand what it meant. Hope the notes, preachy as they are, are helpful!)
Now, on to the good stuff! A STASH SALE of EPIC PROPORTIONS! And not only is there something here for everyone- wool, cotton, Rowan, Cascade, STR, Lorna's- but 15% of each sale goes towards the Washington Post's "Send a Kid to Camp" fund! I've been reading about Camp Moss Hollow each day in the Post and what it has meant to the at-risk kids who have had the opportunity to attend. You can read some of the columns through the link above. Meanwhile, peruse and shop away here and in the Fricknotes shop, where the same 15% contribution will be made through the month of July, and help us send a kid to camp!
THE NITTY GRITTY:
All prices are below retail and include shipping within the US. Many of the colors and some of the yarns shown have been discontinued, so snap them up! Some photos show multiple lots, though these lots are sold separately. If you purchase more than one lot, you will receive a bonus gift, because you're helping to cut down on the number of packages I have to mail, and for that I thank you very, very much!
If you are interested in purchasing something, please email me at julia(dot)frickert@gmail(dot)com. I will try to get to you as quickly as possible, but please note that my Internet time is very limited right now and so it may take me a few hours!
I would like to be paid through Paypal and will send you an invoice.
AND NOW, THE GOOD STUFF:
Malabrigo Merino Worsted, 3 Skeins in Brownberries (one full skein is wound). $33- far right SOLD
Malabrigo Merino Worsted, 2 skeins in Little Lovely. $22- top SOLD
Malabrigo Merino Chunky, 1 skein in Brisa. $12- bottom (makes a great cowl!!) SOLD
This is the kit to make "Cow" from Mission Falls- the sweater and hat up to the 24-month size. It's super cute and includes the yarn and buttons AND I'm throwing in the pattern book, with plenty more cute baby patterns! My boys just grew too big too fast for this one. $42 SOLD
Debbie Bliss Merino Chunky- which is discontinued. 10 balls in a deep brown. I bought this for Buttony, which I still love but is so far on the back burner that I might as well give someone else the privilege. $66 SOLD
Two skeins of Manos del Uruguay's space-dyed multi-colored yarn in this gorgeous Indian Corn colorway. This was originally going to be a scarf for Mr. Frick, but he's since crossed over into a retro-stripes phase. Ah, fickle fashion. $24 SOLD
1 skein Mediumweight in "Froggin" which would make an excellent BSJ. $21 SOLD
1 skein Mediumweight in "Rare Gem" $21 SOLD
1 skein Lightweight in "Titania" $18.50 SOLD
Reynolds Rapture, which is a 50/50 silk and wool and works up on size 9 needles. I bought this to make the Sanddollar Pullover from Knitting Nature- another backburner project that I might as well save for a later date. 12 skeins in a gorgeous, shimmering teal color (#710) $85 SOLD
Green- called "Zing", 4 balls $30 SOLD
Blue- called "Splash", 4 balls plus a large extra incomplete ball for free! $30 SOLD
Pink- called "Wink", 2 balls plus a large extra incomplete ball for free! $15 SOLD
Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock in an exclusive mint/chocolate colorway! One skein is partial, but I only make baby socks from it and so there's still plenty here for a pair of woman's socks. I've seen whole Ravelry threads devoted to finding this colorway. Have at it! $18 SOLD
Muench Tessin- a really fun washable wool/acrulic/cotton blend in a fab chartreuse color with bits of brights mixed in. Perfect for a little kid's pullover! Which is what I bought it for, originally. Before I had two little boys who don't look so hot in chartreuse. 5 skeins, $45
Darker purple, a gorgeous grape hyacinth shade, 8 balls $56
Lighter purple (723) 9 full balls plus one incomplete but almost-full ball for free! $63
10 balls of a beautiful light blue- would make a gorgeous crocheted blanket! $70
2 balls of navy, $14
Gorgeous raspberry color, a full 10-ball bag! $70
Ah, my beloved Jaeger Sienna. Buying this, you'll be purchasing my dreams for a girl baby. Not hopes, necessarily, as I've always wanted boys, but still. I bought this gorgeous yarn in these three colors thinking of tiny cardigans with rosettes on them. Seriously. This yarn is so gorgeous and these colors are perfect. Enjoy!
Soft sage green, 3 balls $17 SOLD
Buttery yellow, 3 balls $17 SOLD
Soft pink, 4 balls $22 SOLD
The Lucinda Guy book is SOLD.
The Fiona MacTigue Knits for Babies and Toddlers is SOLD.
Baby Bloom is SOLD.
Intertwined is SOLD.
The Debbie Bliss How To Knit book is SOLD.
And remember, here and at Fricknotes, every purchase means 15% towards Send a Kid to Camp! Let's do it, and thank you!