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28th Birthday Sale!

by ysoldateague July 01, 2013

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Happy Birthday to Ysolda! I can’t believe another year has passed already! To help celebrate we’re continuing the birthday sale tradition. And as usual, this year you’ll save even more, as you can save 28% off all individual patterns by entering the coupon code ‘cake’ at the checkout.

Make sure you enter the code in the shopping cart on the website or
Ravelry, not once you’ve gone to a paypal screen. Sorry, but the sale doesn’t apply to printed or ebooks.

The sale begins at 5pm GMT today, 1 July and will run for 24 hours ending at 5pm GMT on 2 July.  Eating birthday cake while enjoying your patterns is optional, but highly recommended (by me, anyway!).

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