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Announcing the first Ysolda club!

by ysoldateague December 08, 2014 1 min read

There shouldhave been two exciting things happening today, but a lift that’s being serviced means that we’re not moving into our new studio quite yet. Instead we’re working in the old studio, surrounded by boxes. Cross your fingers that the engineers sort everything out asap!

However, in the end this announcement might be enough excitement for one day! Over the last few months I’ve been making plans and having fun conversations with some of my favourite British yarny people and everything is now in place for my very first yarn + pattern club. 

Beginning in February club members will receive an exclusive custom made or coloured yarn in the mail plus a pdf pattern delivered via Ravelry for a shawl(ish) designed by me just for the yarn. 

Membership is £180 for 6 shipments of yarn, 6 patterns and shipping to anywhere (in the world!). 

Purchase membership and find out more. 

Did you enjoy this years Follow Your Arrow kal? Don’t worry, the club will be in addition to a mystery kal at the beginning of the year — look out for an announcement about that soon! 

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