Oh my, it’s already December! I have a bunch of leethal shop news! The main thing is that (as you know if you follow my blog) I have pretty much transitioned completely to knit design, and away from all the old stuff I used to make and sell. I have tons of things in my shop from the old days which I would really love to clear out, so I’ve discounted lots of the items, and I’m also adding an extra big incentive:
Through December 18th, 25-40% of all leethal shop sales will be donated to Heifer! You can learn more about this organization on their website; their “mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and care for the earth. … With gifts of livestock and training, [they] help families improve their nutrition and generate income in sustainable ways.”
The exact percentage depends on the item – at the top of each category page within my shop, you’ll see whether those items are 25% or 40%. I’ve also added a bunch of new items to the shop and made some other updates…
This isn’t new, but it is relevant to the season – I have a bunch of these connect-the-dots holiday cards available:
I have added a bunch of photo greeting cards for the first time – these are all made from 100% recycled/reclaimed materials (reclaimed blank greeting cards and envelopes, and 100% recycled high quality matte photo paper). There are a few different single cards:
And two different sets of 3 cards – crafty photos and flower photos:
I’ve also added two buttoning cowls to the accessories – these are both made from recycled sweaters (one is 100% cashmere), vintage buttons, and other recycled/vintage materials, and they are both discounted from their original prices (they were originally for sale through Trillium):
And more old items that have been newly added – knit kits! Some ninja mitts kits, 2-color hat kits, and one spiraling stripes hat kit; all include hand-dyed recycled yarn, and the pattern(s), and the spiraling hat kit also includes a couple of recycled paperclip stitch markers.
These were all made for Trillium also, long ago – most of the kits I made back then (pictured below) sold, but these few that didn’t are now discounted for you!
I also had made a skein of handspun awhile back that never made it up for sale, but now it’s there! I named it Soft as Chalk (a Joanna Newsom song title) because it’s made from all super soft wool, spun into a smooth single. I also discounted the skein of handspun art yarn that’s been there for awhile, Rainbow in the Dark.
And the last newly added items – buttons are back! They are the same buttons that used to be there, but I had to take them down when I ran out of button-making supplies… Portland map buttons, respect the needles / tame the yarn, and shoot film / shoot polaroid / shoot medium format sets.
Some things that haven’t changed, but you know, they might make good gifts… recycled printed shirts – for knitters:
…and other designs. All printed onto reclaimed shirts, in professional screen printing inks, totally washable. There are a couple of kids size shirts as well!
…and several hats! Some kids sizes, some adult sizes, all made from recycled materials, at discounted prices!
Percentages of sales of connect-the-dots stitch sets, clock kits, and photo prints all go to Heifer as well! I’m leaving town to visit family for the holidays, so orders must be placed by December 18th… not only will the charity donations end then, but the shop will be significantly changing and many items will be gone for good!