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Happy Thanksgiving (And Upcoming News)

Photo: Sheri Berger
Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 in Contest, Shop News

Happy Thanksgiving The Loopy EweHappy Thanksgiving to everyone here in the U.S.! I love having a holiday that focuses on thinking about all the things we are thankful for in our lives. I am thankful for a lot of things and thankful for a lot of people. Every one of you are on my “Thankful For These People” list. I’m so glad to know you through The Loopy Ewe, and the Elves and I are grateful for your business and support. We love what we do, and we’re happy every time we pack an order up for you and ship it off to your home. Thank you for letting us be a part of the creative side of your life!

We’ll be home (being thankful and eating good food) tomorrow, but we’ll be back in the shop on Friday, ready for you to pop by the shop in person or online! In fact, we have a couple of things coming up for you. On Friday, we’ll be putting up a new batch of Wollmeise DK. The boxes are hot off the postal truck, direct from Germany! (See what I did there? I told you about a Wollmeise update ahead of time. We’ll see how that goes.) Then on Monday, we’re celebrating Cyber Monday by putting all of our true solid colored yarns and solid colored fabrics on sale for 20% off that day. We’ll have the sale prices adjusted on the website, so you can be sure which yarn and fabric is a part of sale. We have a LOT of solids! Several Cascade lines, Stonehedge Fiber’s Shepherd’s Wool, Blue Sky, Spud and Chloe, The Loopy Ewe Solid Series, etc. I’ll link to the bases that are on sale in Monday morning’s blog post, so check back with us. We won’t have a regular Monday Update on Monday, since we’ll be working on the sale.

Have a great rest off your week, and we’ll be back to the blog on Monday!

Sheri and The Loopy Elves

P.S. Congratulations to Jenny in MO, Diana in GA, and Nancy in OH for winning our Downton Abbey Fat Quarters contest. The fabric will ship out to you today!

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