Thursday, February 10, 2011

Stacking Up Shelves!!!!

This morning saw me unpacking parcels and stacking up shelves....
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My long awaited shipment of Malabrigo has arrived and I've already picked a favourite from my 20 new shades.... This gorgeous shade in the 'Worsted' is aptly named 'Apricot' - now isn't that just DIVINE????!!!
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So if you're looking for some delicious 'Sock' or 'Worsted' Malabrigo yarn than you can get it from me....
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Yes, that's right!!!! I currently have 10 shades of each the 'Worsted' and the 'Sock' yarns, with more arriving soon...

The 'Worsted' is $11.40 per 100g skein which yields 209yards. The 'Sock' is $19.60 per 100g skein and boasts a generous 440yarns.

The Single Ply Hand Dyed incredibly soft Merino used in the 'Worsted' makes it perfect for a cardigan or scarf. The Plied Light Fingering weight Super-wash Merino of the 'Sock' makes it ideal for that gorgeous shawl pattern that you've been itching to make....

I'm now off to cast-on for a gorgeous Cardigan using my favourite scrum-my Apricot Worsted... Thanks for the inspiration this morning when you came to show me the progress you'd made on your version of this cute little number Nara....

15 comments:

  1. oh Malabrigo!! How will you get anything else done with all that lovely yarn you could play with around?

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  2. Ah I LOVE this!! I'm coming to the shop ASAP to see the new yarns and buy some goodies! How exciting that the yarn finally showed up!!
    Ellie x

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  3. I'm making that cardi too! but in cascade something something something. I'm not sure which one it is but it has silk in it and it's heavenly to work with :)
    I'm so envious of your little shop - imagine being surrounded by such beauty every day :)

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  4. I love seeing yarn altogther like that. There's something very satisfying seeing such a rainbow of colour :0)
    I've never knit with Malabrigo - it looks beautiful.
    Jill x

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  5. Oh my goodness Jodie, I think you might just have the best job in the whole world.

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  6. This is wonderful - off to have a look.
    Please dont take offense, but as Aussie to Aussie - please convert to metres and our relevant term.
    While I am learning to work in both, I still prefer our terminology - hard and a very long, long time learnt - they changed in the middle of my high school year :=)
    And just for fun my word verification is ====== botox :-)

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  7. Darn, I thought I could see it in your shop

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  8. Hi Jodie,
    looks like you found the perfect place for all that yummy yarn...I think that cardi in the apricot will be divine!!!...now, I just have to find the perfect project so i can take some home for myself
    Nara xx

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  9. Great yarn!!! My fingers are itching to get busy.

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  10. Lovely! I love that beautiful shade of apricot--of course, it doesn't love me, sadly.

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  11. I love seeing yarn is shops like that and I just want to run my hands over it and dream. That would be my dream job packing shelves will wool....thing is I would spend all my pay on it:0). Love the colours.

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  12. If I got a shipment like that I would feel like I had died and gone to heaven!!! I just saw that Little Cotton Rabbits is using that wool for her new rabbits.....so yummy!! Which one to choose and what pattern?????

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  13. I've had the Kina in my faves forever!! Can't wait to see yours and Nara's.

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  14. You are one fast knitter! Your sweater is pretty. Lovely yarn in your shop.

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