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Birthday Sale!

by ysoldateague July 01, 2011


It’s my birthday today, I plan on eating cake and otherwise doing as little as possible – which is very exciting!

roller derby

Since both presents and traditions are fun let’s continue the birthday sale thing I started last year, and since I’m a year older you save a little more (this is going to be great for you when I’m 90!).


Until the end of today (set to midnight EST to give those of you in later timezones a little longer) receive 26% off any individual patterns by entering the coupon code “birthday”. Make sure you enter the code in the shopping cart on my website or ravelry, not once you’ve gone to a paypal screen. Sorry I can’t afford to offer the sale on books as well!


The photos in this post are just some randomly chosen fun things from the last couple of months


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