Thursday, January 20, 2011

Lots of boxes

Last week I mentioned that Lynda knit two scarves.  Here is the second.

Boho Lace Eternity Scarf from

4 skeins Blue Sky Alpacas Alpaca Silk

5.5 mm needles

I had visits yesterday from Mr. Canada Post, Mr. UPS and Mr. FedEx. The store was a mess (Cathy would say that the store is still a mess).

Mr. UPS came with some Rowan but NOT the magazines.  Doesn't he understand??  I talked with Rowan the magazine left South Carolina on Friday so it could be here any day.

Mr. FedEx delivered a huge box of Cascade 220.

Mr. Canada Post had four boxes.  Box one was full of books.  One Skein Wonders-Sock yarn is back in stock along with Knit.Sock.Love by Cookie A.

Box two was Addi Turbos along with a set of Addi Clicks.  The Clicks have been out of stock since before Christmas.

Box three and four came from Namaste.  The Bitty Bag is here.

Black, Lime, Hollywood Pink, Red, Eggplant and Peacock.

Namaste has started a new Mommy line.

Mommy on the Move (M.O.M.)
  • This nifty kit includes 1 changing pad and 1 wipes case
  • Changing pad features adorable coated canvas print, easy to clean and fun to look at
  • Wipes case is clear frosted & PVC-free with Namaste logo
  • Coordinate your bag with your changing pad
  • Compact design for ease of travel
This Mommy's on the Move! 

Changing Pad: Black, Eggplant, Hollywood Pink, Lime, Peacock, or Red as backing color. All pads come with "Lola" print fabric on changing side.
Wipes Case: Clear frosted. 

Changing Pad: Backing is PVC-free, vegan faux leather. "Lola"print is PVC-free coated canvas.
Wipes Case: Recyclable plastic.

Changing Pad: In open position: 25" W x 22" H x 15" L
Wipes Case: 1" W x 4.5" H x 8.25" L

We received four pads-Eggplant, Lime, Hollywood Pink and Peacock. They retail for $25.  What a great gift for a new mother.  The lining of the pads match the lining of the new Bitty Bag.  The lining of the Hermosa is also changing to the print fabric.  I love it!!

Somehow I have messed up the font for this post.  I hate that.  Hopefully after cutting and pasting from Namaste's website the rest of my post will match the top of my post.  I have also messed up the spacing.

While I was writing Mr. Canpar came in with four HUGE boxes of Sirdar yarns and patterns.  I am busy unpacking and will have details tomorrow.

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