I finally did that inventory thing and I am ready to clear out my storage room to make room for my 2018 baskets – so I am having a summer kit sale! If you follow me, you know I don’t often offer kits on my web site. This won’t last long – maybe a few weeks, maybe a month. Then I will be on to other things.
UPDATE: The summer kit sale is over. You may still enjoy scrolling through the baskets and the patterns are still available in my store – so I will leave this post up. I hope to have a Fall Kit Sale, so check back!
First Shipping Details: $5 for the first kit, the add $2.50 for each additional kit. Five or more kits and shipping is a flat $15. 🙂
And here’s what I have in my storage room – I’ll list them alphabetically. (Keep scrolling folks – I am offering one of the kits at half price!) Click on the name or the photo to find it in the store.
Crossfire a miniature kit.
I have a variety of colors. You can make a color request and if I have it you can have it – if not it will be the ‘luck of the draw’.
The accent colors in all kits are teal and burgundy.
Pinwheels I have two color options available:
Burst of Spring (hyacinth, violet & emerald) or Touch of Fall (apple green, orange & scarlet).
Porphyry Well, since ‘porphyry’ means purple, this kit is only available in purple, plum and natural as pictured.
Qoph (pronounced like cough) I have this available in green and orange
SouthWestern Work Basket This is a great beginner basket. Available in Bright Navy or Burgundy
Stars and Stripes – another great beginner market basket!
Whispers lots of fun stuff on this little urn!
Zoe – A challenge – but oh so very worth it! I have some red and black kits available.
You can find all of the basket kits I have available here .
As you can see it’s time to make room for new stuff.
I’ve been blogging weekly for almost two years – the last few months I have slowed that down, partly due to health and partly due to a planned change. I have been evaluating my schedule and future goals, and I have decided to blog a little less and travel a lot less, so that I can work on weaving more … you know my head is full of ideas and my hands are itching to get them out.
So in the future expect to see a blog post from me twice a month. And I will be scaling my travel schedule in half, I’ll still be out and about – just not as much.
thanks for reading the Basket Teacher