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May 5, 2009

Grand Opening - Black Mustard Colorworks!

I'm so excited to announce the launch of my second Etsy shop - Black Mustard Colorworks! This is something I've been wanting to do for a while now, and I'm really happy to have it up and running. In the new shop you'll find hand-dyed rovings as well as yarns I've spun to showcase my dyed fiber. It's a little sparse at the moment but I'm busy dyeing away to get it stocked up and keep new rovings coming! To celebrate the Grand Opening, I'm offering FREE SHIPPING on all rovings (withing Canada and the US) from May 4-18th!

I'll be happy to combine shipping between shops, and items from either shop can go towards my Buy 3 Get 1 Promotion. For now I will have rovings available in the following fibers: Merino, SW Merino, BFL and SW BFL. In the future I plan to get into different blends, and I'm also hoping to experiment with natural dyes at some point.


You may notice a third sign-up option for my newsletter over on the right. I've started a new mailing list for those who'd like advanced notice of updates to the new shop. If you'd like to receive this newsletter, feel free to sign up again, leaving just the "Hand-dyed Preview" box checked. Otherwise I can add you to the list manually if you'd like. Stay tuned for a run-down of all the newsletters and what they will include.

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3 comments:

Lin said...

Brilliant! I love your fibre and will keep it in mind when I have spun what I have, which willbe a while at the rate I spin!

blackmustard said...

Thanks Lin! I am having so much fun with dyeing - and I'm learning a lot. I ended up with a slightly felted merino the other day that will still spin up nicely but wouldn't be good to sell. It's a lesson learned AND another roving in my stash :)

Val said...

I just love your new shop! Your colorworks rovings are so beautiful and so reasonably priced that I'm tempted to buy them as soon as you post them (especially the newest one--berry pie). You really have an eye for colour. Thanks for inspiring me.