Episode 7 of the Dingo Dyeworks Video Blog is now live!
Please join me at Coogee Beach for all the Australia Day celebrations! It is hot out there, but you needn’t work up a sweat. Sit back with a cuppa and your favourite wip and let’s chatter :-)
Our KAL has kicked off with lots of wips having re-surfaced :: theme is SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW. Pull out your old wip and finish it AND treat yourself with a NEW project. Finish both projects before March 31 and have a chance at winning a prize!
New prizes have been added to the chatter thread as well as the prize thread. Thank you to
Meg Gadsbey - Meg of Atelier Yarn & Design is a fabulous pattern designer as well as an indie dyer. Meg has donated 2 of her patterns - winners’ choice. One pattern will be awarded in the chatter thread and one pattern is a prize in the prize thread of the KAL. Thank you for your generosity, Meg! You have spoiled us! Please see Meg’s gorgeous designs here. Join Meg’s group here.
Wooltopia’s FunKnitter has kindly offered one of her very special indie dyed long gradient yarns. Oh, Cordula, how awesome! Thank you for your generosity. You will make one KAL winner very happy, indeed! Shop for Wooltopia here :-)
Take advantage of a Promo - 15% off the purchase of a skein of Ridgy-Didge together with a skein of Little Ripper. The perfect combo pair to make SONNENSEGEL by Ulrike Altrogge, the shawl I have worn a couple of times on the video blogs. Discount code is RAYOFSUNSHINE on the website, which will run until the end of the KAL. You may wish to take advantage of this promo as your indie project for the KAL.
And last, but certainly not least :: Yarloop colour in Fair Dinkum is still available to raise funds for the Lord Mayor’s Disaster Relief Fund to help out the residents of Yarloop. These people lost their entire town of 181 homes to fire, as well as tragically losing two residents. Your purchase will help these people rebuild their lives, through everyone pooling together their donations.
Without further a-do; Happy Straya Day! ;-)