Have fun & Don’t eat too much candy!!
EDIT: Just a note of something funny that happened tonight. My house didn’t have many trick-or-treaters stop by, about 15 kids, but I did have one old lady. She looked to be in her mid 60’s and didn’t even bother to put on a costume. She did have a little plastic witch bag and she said trick-or-treat so I gave her candy.
I’m offering Free US Shipping to my US customers until December 31. I don’t want to exclude my international customers so I’m offering 10% off to all my international friends. I will refund the discount after checkout.
It didn’t feel cold enough for snow this morning, but here it is. I don’t think I’m ready for snow just yet. I do hope that it triggers something in everyone that makes them want to run out to buy hats, scarves, and gloves; preferably hand-knit. The elusive office kitty is to the left in this photo. He usually runs away when I open the door but I guess he was too cold this morning to run.
Ahh, how I miss Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego.
This week, The Crafty Kitten has seen more buzz than usual. As I mentioned in the last post, Emily at Subu, Inc. is hosting a giveaway for one of my handbound books, so be sure to enter (ends 10/23 at midnight).
You can also find The Crafty Kitten on Ulixis Craft‘s blog as today’s Item of the Day and Hannah’s blog, Journal of a Rock Angel. Be sure to check out both of them and give them a bunch of bloggy love!!
Subu, Inc. is hosting a giveaway this week where you could win one of my handbound books. I love her blog and you should totally check out the site and enter the giveaway. Emily is a fellow BEST Bookbinding Etsy Street Team member and an all around awesome person.
Lol, do 2 pumpkins qualify as a fall harvest? Anyway, here’s a photo of my 2 volunteer pumpkins. I’m planning on emptying their seeds back into the same flower bed so maybe I’ll get more next year.
I have some new things listed in the shop.
Here’s a sneak peek:
Well, my day spent in the cold rain at the BGF has resulted in a case of bronchitis. I’m home for the day and thought I would give you a peek of what I’ve been up to this week. Since I haven’t felt like doing much I’ve been doing things that don’t require much counting or concentration. I spun up these two little mini skeinlettes.
And of course, Snuggies, one of my Crafty Kittens had to lend a paw to help.
I also knit up this cowl for a shop sample for A Likely Yarn using the most yummy buttery soft yarn ever. Yum, Malabrigo. I’m so spoiled now. Overlook my sickyness please.
The whole time I was trying to take that photo, Zoe, one of my other crafty kittens wanted some attention.