Thursday, 23 September 2010

It's gone a little quiet

Cos I've been knitting - I know it's shocking!

And they are my patterns!  They are with the test knitters at the moment, but as soon as they are done they will be up in the store!

Back to the knitting!

Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Not much happening!

Nothing much going on here at the moment.  I've still recovering from mum's wedding - I've been knitting to aid the process ;o)

I have some new products in the planning stages and am hoping to try my hand at dying yarn, so depending on how that goes you may see some of that in the store.  I'm also thinking up some gift sets and of course there is the customary halloween and christmas lines that need to go into the store!

Wednesday, 18 August 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Idea's please...

I'm working on designing my lines for Christmas and Halloween.  I think I have pretty much exhausted every idea my grey squishies have, they are all drawn up and ready to be made 3D.  But what if I've missed a really good idea that I never thought of?

What charms would you like to see in the store? Is there a particular halloween thing that you love, or a Christmas ornament that you couldn't have Christmas without.  Leave me a comment and let me know what your ideals would be......

I'm useless.....

so I'm going to post here last weeks remaining 3 numbers, then from this week forward I'm going to draw the numbers on a Saturday in one go.  I just keep forgetting to draw the numbers or things are too hectic.

So for last week the numbers will be:

Wednesday, 11 August 2010

New Line Over at the Stores

Not much going on this week so far.

I've got a couple of items list, mainly 2 keyrings and 2 bracelets that I have been working on.  They should be on by the end of the week.

The first bracelet is the result of my 'circus' obssession.  It is a charm bracelet with polymer clay charms featuring, itty bitty lion, little seal, bear, a ring masters hat, a tricks stand and a ball.  In amongst the charms are clusters of brightly coloured beads.

The second bracelet was inspired by a box of treasures that I picked up recently from an antiques store.  Using elements from the box I designed a shabby chic bracelet.  A strand of pearl beads, a gold coloured chain with crystal droplets and a piece of cream organza ribbon for balance.

Also, I have added a series of create your own sets to the store.  Simply choose the number of markers that you would like, then choose which markers are your favourite and purchase as normal leaving me a note of your favourites.  If you also mention where you heard about the create your own sets, you might get a little extra in your package ;o)