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Monday, December 01, 2008

Odds and Ends

First of all, if you requested an additional download link through PayLoadz over the weekend for a pattern you purchased previously, could you request it again? It accidentally got tossed into the spam bucket and I didn't see it until after I had hit the delete button. This is what happens when retailers feel sure you're dying to buy their junk if they just send you 20 emails and I sort through them uncaffeinated. I apologize for deleting your request but I can't seem to find it in PayLoadz without the email.

I hope everyone here in the US had a great Thanksgiving, and if you're not in the US, I hope you had a great week last week too (even though you probably didn't eat as much as we did). I appreciate you guys bearing with me on the long stretches of blogging silence right now. I'm still going to blog when I can (and when I have something to say), but that might be only once a week or so. I do plan to begin blogging M-F again once we get moved and settled in a bit, but until then, thanks for hanging in there.

Ravelry is now allowing pattern sales through their site so I have set up my patterns there as well as here on the blog. The only thing that is a bit funny is that the patterns with multiple designs in a single purchase (many of mine are like this), are listed twice. For instance, if you like the Lava Flow socks and purchase them, you get the complete Fire sock package which is the designs for the Lava Flow socks and the Fireside socks. I did make notes of this in the pattern description, but it might be a bit confusing. As I mentioned, I will still be selling the patterns here on the blog, but I thought having them on Ravelry might expose the patterns to people who don't know about or read my blog. Also, when you're aimlessly wandering around Ravelry, looking at designs, it's easier to purchase them there, than to wander back out to the Internet and purchase them. And just in case you were wondering, Georgina Bow Creations patterns are also available on Ravelry.

I'll be back later this week to show progress on Mindy's Christmas sweater. I'm off to work on Christmas cards now.


Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Don't worry about blogging when you have moving to do. Just get down there in the warmth and get settled, and let us know from time to time that you are still in the universe!

Good luck moving!

12:06 PM  
OpenID gruenetree said...

I can't wait to see your christmas cards. I bet they are super cute.

11:39 AM  

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