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Bundling, packaging and shipping. Oh my.

Where, oh where has my woobu gone?

Oh where, oh where can it be?

With its tails cut short

and its fringe cut long

where, oh where can it be?

And that my friends is the best ever request for a yarn order update we have ever received. Thank you Lynette you made my day.  Every time I picked up a skein of woobu I thought of you.  I know I’ve said this before but really we all need to hear good things again and again. Soul food.

We have the best customers.  I think knitters make the best customers.  I feel very lucky to be in this position where I get to interact with so many creative people.

I’ve heard this nasty rumour that some think we’re maybe wound a little tight and slightly obsessive.  I know. It’s just shocking and well, rude.

We’re so misunderstood.

Focus, intent, creativity and passion with a healthy does of smarts.



and off to the barn I go…

  1. Hazel Smith #

    I’m so glad you’re going off to the barn. I want to put in my order for sweater yarn and I don’t want to stress you out. I said I wouldn’t order until all the kits had left the barn. Is it safe to order? Are you bat free? I won’t hassle you about time frames for delivery-you know what it’s like to get things to arrive in Sudbury. Timely, is not a word that immediately springs to mind(LOL). It doesn’t matter. All’s Well That Ends Well. Cheers and red wine, Hazel.

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  2. Katharine #

    You know, Tina, I think it’s a good thing to be wound tight.  You’re far less likely to pill later on.

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  3. Cheryl Berg #


    So what name was endowed on “Mr Blank” and did you post it, or is that one of the two you are holding back?  Thanks!

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  4. Wound a little tight and slightly obsessive is a criticism? 

    Who knew?

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  5. I kinda heart you, too!

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