Wednesday, Friday, Monday

Colorado-MountainsYep, that means this blog post is covering the blog for the next three blogging days!  Just popping in to give you a few bits of information.

1. If you haven’t put your Camp order in yet, be sure to get it in by Sunday evening to get the Camp discount.

2. Because so many of you HAVE already gotten orders in, we’re a little backed up in shipping! Your orders will take an extra day or two to ship due to the volume that we’re packing up, but rest assured that the Elves are rockin’ it. They’re awesome.

3. To add an order note requesting the Camp discount: after you put payment through, you are brought back to a page that gives you your order number and gives you a link to leave an order note. If you miss that, you can always go into your Loopy account and click on that order number to leave a note from there as well.

4. I will be away from the blog on Friday and Monday, but I will be back here to chat with you on Wednesday of next week, and will also announce our First Quarter Challenge winners on that post. Thanks for voting!

5. Just to give us an extra bit of time to get these Camp Orders shipped off, we won’t be doing a Monday Update next week. We will definitely have an Update on Monday the 27th (Memorial Day). Our back room is overflowing with cases of yarn waiting to go up on the website. We can’t take more than one week off from Updates, or Rebecca (Inventory Manager) will disappear amongst the boxes, never to be seen again. And I didn’t tell her that we have about 20-30 more cases of fun stuff due in over the next 7-10 days. No sense freaking her out …. (Hi, Rebecca!) :-)

Sheri lovingalloftheyarnchoicesyou’remakingforCamp!


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13 comments on “Wednesday, Friday, Monday

  1. I believe I’ll do camp loopy for June as I have yarns from TLE that I’ve never used before in my stash. Hope to see you soon. Thanks for the blog, but you do need a break. Hope you will be going on a trip…..?

  2. No, no sense in freaking her out *big grin* — I’m sure she enjoys surveying the box mountains you’ve created for her — just in time for some mountain climbing! Happy ‘packing’ for camp!

  3. Your description of the boxes of fun makes me wish I was a wee fairy-like creature who could climb all of the boxes like her own personal Mt. Everest. It sounds idyllic, though I know in reality that sealed boxes are prosaic no matter what their contents.

  4. You know, Sheri. I put myself on a much needed yarn diet only to be pulled into the black hole again. First the different levels for rewards and now Camp Loopy! I forgot about it and you reminded me at the exact same time that I get my paycheck. Talk about timing! Oh well….I actually didn’t have any planned knitting until I read your blog. You are such an enabler!

  5. Sheri, There are so many really beautiful yarns in the shop, you have out done yourself once again in getting us the nicest yarn possible in one place just in time for camp. Thank you for all you do. Safe travels wherever you go! I’d bet it involves yarn, some how, some where!

  6. New Loopy Ewe fan here. I am so excited to join in on the Camp Loopy fun. I’ll be patient and try not to keep checking for updates to see if the yarn has shipped….well I’ll try to keep the checking under 5 times a day :)

  7. This being my 3rd year at camp, one would think , I would know how to read directions from a pattern. How could I have missed the 600 yardage? Not 400, which is what I read. So I go and try to place an order for a second skein and the yarn is sold out. Now to find another pattern.

  8. You have posted one of my favorite things about visiting Colorado — the clear, mountain streams!

    Enjoy your break from the blog — I’ll look forward to next week’s update!

  9. Hi Patty – it’s a 375 yard requirement for this first challenge. One skein of yarn. Hope that helps.