Saturday, November 10, 2007

Two Little Gifts for You

Part of the fun of blogging is finding obscure, cool knitting-related thingies and being able to tell you about them. A few years ago, I purchase some adorable stitch markers from Arlyna. I hadn't heard from her in a long time, but this morning, I got an email from her.

Please visit her shop--you will be delighted by the odd and clever straight needles, markers, counting bracelets, bags, totes, and needle pouches--all at exceptionally reasonable prices.


This year she is offering a few nice-quality yarns, as well (No, I haven't ordered any).

I love grazing around her store, and I know you will too. She also offers gift certificates, so you can send the link to your SO and then pick what you want at your leisure. Do use the coupon code f20b1d for a $5 discount at checkout (good until February 1, 2008).

The second gift is a must-have for knitters everywhere. It's an eloquent button you can place on your blog or website, or even adapt to a t-shirt. I have no idea who originated the button, but whoever you are, Kudos!

8 comments:

Opal said...

Thank you so much for the info on these stitch markers. I just bought a bunch of them for gifts this year! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Love the button too. :)

Kitty Kitty said...

Thanks so much for the links. That is definitely a dangerous site. And a coupon as well :)

Batty said...

I love that button! It's perfect for PMS knitting -- or knitting on public transportation. It would look good silk screened onto a shirt, not just on a blog.

LittleBerry said...

Thanks for the link to the site very interesting things there..... Love the button too and would be good on a t-shirt or coffee mug!!!

Dave said...

Nice accessories, but that button it totally hilarious!!

Kelli said...

Oh, so cute. Thanks for sharing!

Jane said...

Dear fleegle,

You always have the BEST stuff! I love those kittys. I am going to have to get a few of them. As for the button,it has the ring of truth to it. People with pointy objects in their hands are always just a little intimidating.

Soo said...

Ooooh - a new shopping experience! Yahoo!!! Thanks.