Right and wrong don't apply to knitting patterns.
You drop stitches or you don't, that's all.
Amy Witting, "Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop".
I really didn't think it was EVER going to happen. Bet they'll see a jump in their sales.
Now, as Bells pointed out, if we can just drag their patterns into the 21st century as well....
I got straight on there and sent them a message telling them how fabulous it was that they are now online. I am just thrilled to bits :) I agree, I reckon sales will go through the roof.
I'll say. I tried to go on there a week or so ago when I noticed the site written on my shade card but it wasn't working.I think it's still nice to have the real thing in the sample card but I reckon it's going to make things a lot easier not having to scrounge around for an order form and envelope each time I want to order.. and hoping that the form I've found is actually up to date!
It's brilliant, isn't it!I'm sure they're going to be amazed at the increase in sales and requests for shade cards :)And I agree about the patterns... they need work.
Woo hoo! My Nan has been giving me shade cards for years, but this is probably the push I need to actually purchase myself!
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