Those of you who know me probably thought I'd never figure out how to post photos on this blog, did you? Neither did I, but by George, I think I've got it! Rather easy, actually. (I just jinxed myself, didn't I?)
The new arrivals photo doesn't show much detail, but believe me, I got some nice stuff in this week. I have Kid Merino prints in four colors (more to be added later), Kid Seta in 6 solid colors, Panda Silk DK, which has a free pattern on-line for a lacey little wrap that only takes two balls; of course there's all the Cascade I got in, too.
I have to say my favorite new arrival this week is the Soleil. Soleil is a 100% cotton yarn pre-strung with wood beads and fabric leaves. Not a lot, just enough to give it a little flair. It comes in 5 colors - black, yellow, rose, green, blue - and is only $12 per skein. It is soft, and absolutely intriguing. I wish it had come in sooner, but demand is so high that Trendsetter is having trouble keeping up.
And now some really good news - I found a book wholesaler that carries all sorts of books I have been asked for but unable to get through the 5 wholesalers I have been dealing with right along. Really neat books like Crazy Lace and the Tunisian crochet book that will be needed for the class this fall. PLUS - the Elizabeth Zimmerman books! Ya gotta love books. Now if only Congress would do something really useful and pass a law that requires all instructional books to be spiral-bound...
Alas, I must hie me back to entering customer slips in the database so I can get my email list up and running. Knit Happy!