Here they are! All of the yarns that will be featured in the huge Etsy Update happening on December 26th at 12pm EST.
This year we have made an effort to represent lots of my personal favourite colourways (Luxe, Ravine, Lotus, Dusk... I could go on!) in several different bases, so hopefully if you spot a colourway that you can't live without, chances are you'll be able to nab a skein in one weight or another. We have quite a few of each of these colourways, so fingers crossed that there won't be too much chaos at checkout. But, just in case, here are a few tips for you:
1) Be sure that you've set up your Etsy account/Paypal account ahead of time, be logged in, have the right shipping address and credit card info entered so adding items to your cart and checking out will be as quick as possible.
2) Don't worry about placing multiple orders. If you see a skein or two that you know you want, just buy them! Then you can peruse the site at your leisure and if after a bit of browsing you've found a few more things that you'd like feel free to place a separate order. Upon processing the orders I always check to see if multiple orders were placed and will ship all orders together. For this update I'll be charging a flat $1 shipping per skein, so no matter how many orders you place, you won't be overcharged.
3) The update is happening Dec. 26th at noon EST, but we'll technically still be on vacation until early January when Rowan goes back to daycare and I can devote full days to processing and shipping orders. Expect to receive your order mid-January. Maybe earlier if I get excited... I may chip away at it over the holidays since I'm a busy body.
4) Remember that cart jacking is bound to happen and try to keep a sense of humour about it! There will be more Etsy updates in the future and you'll have plenty more chances to grab One Of A Kinds.
Shop will appear empty until exactly 12pm (EST) on Friday Dec. 26th at which point the yarns will be listed.
Enjoy this little preview, and please feel free to let me know which are your favourites so I can start making notes about what we should be working towards next!