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A basket full of patterns

by ysoldateague January 05, 2009

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Thank you for all of the get well wishes! I’m starting to feel a little better and today I actually managed to be pretty productive. This is something I’ve been meaning to do for a while, but I’ve finally gone set up a shopping cart system for the store so that if you want to buy more than one pattern – or order the Whimsical Little Knits Collection and buy another pattern – you don’t need to go through the hassle of multiple transactions and possibly higher paypal fees for currency conversion. Yay!
All of the patterns, except for the collection, can still be purchased on Ravelry. There’s a link on each pattern page in the store that will take you to the Ravelry page and within Ravelry there’s already a shopping cart available. If you do choose to purchase on Ravelry you can store your pattern pdf in your library, just in case you lose your copy or need to access it when you’re away from home. Every so often someone asks which method of purchasing works out better for me, which is very sweet but the answer is that it really doesn’t make any difference at all so choose whichever works best for you

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