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The Perils of Yarn Photography

Don’t look at me. The seagull did it!

Happy Stitches

Thus far, our new website has only books, patterns and DVDs for sale. (Thank you to all of you who have registered and shopped with us.) The Yarn section is to follow as soon as we have completed the photography. We had been trying to complete this project in-house over the last several months, but despite our best endeavors, the results were uninspiring. Something like: luscious yarn comes out more closely resembling baler twine. Not likely to have you reaching out to pat it, never mind allowing it into your house.

So, finally we’ve done what we should have thought of in the first place:  export sample skeins of each colour and type of yarn that we have in stock over to Big Tancook Island for Hillary’s ministrations.

This in itself is not quite as straightforward as might be imagined. Firstly the yarn has to be pulled from the shelves…

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  1. I leave a response whenever I like a article on a site. The Perils of Yarn Photography was hilarious. 😛

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    your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?


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