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The great de-stash of2013 (part 1)

March 25th, 2013

Just in case these few weeks weren’t crazy enough, Sandra and I decided to buy a more family-friendly house with a bigger yard for the dogs and any future kidlets! Part of moving means de-stashing, so here we go!

Preference to local pickups but I’m happy to ship anywhere for actual postage cost. I’m sorry, but I won’t split up lots of stuff – we have to have our house on the market in a couple of weeks so everything that’s going has to go asap. 🙂

Lot of 8 Craft Books: – $20

Many of these are duplicates in our stash, all are in great to new condition: Knitting for Peace, Amazing Crochet Lace, Fitted Knits, Not Your Mama’s Knitting, Stitch ‘n Bitch Nation, The Yarn Lover’s Guide to Hand-dying, Not Your Mama’s Beading, Vogue Knitting Felting On the Go.

Lot of 13 Rowan Knitting Magazines – $150

Many (all?) of these are out of print. Gorgeous for ideas and eye candy!!

Lot of 8 Rowan knitting booklets – $60

Also largely out of print, includes Bigger Picture, the Calmer Collection, Plaid Collection, Classic Style, Classic Holiday, Classic Bambino, Arabesque and the Cocoon Collection.

Lot of 12 skeins of sock yarn – SOLD

Knit yourself 12 pairs of socks for less than $7 a pair! Includes Silk Garden Sock, Cherry Tree Hill, Dream in Color Everlasting, Chameleon Colorworks and more!

Lot of 4 skeins of hand-painted lace yarn – SOLD

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8 Responses to “The great de-stash of 2013 (part 1)”

  1. Cari Says:

    I am in for the sock yarn if it hasn’t already been snagged.

  2. Bobette Says:

    I’d love the craft books. Please email me.

  3. MelissaHB Says:

    Seconds ~ I’m also interested in the sock yarn. Will pay for shipping to Alberta.

  4. Emily VA Says:

    Happy to be a backup for the sock yarn. Also potentially interested in the lace weight. Any more info on yardage?

  5. Alli Says:

    Ooh I remember the “let’s get rid of EVERYTHING!” while we were prepping our house for sale – and then later for the overseas move. It feels so awesome afterwards. Good luck!

  6. Julie Wright Says:

    Amy, I am interested in some of the lace weight yarn you may have left over from YOL. I am especially interested in the sage green from Silver Birches kit. Thanks, Julie Wright

  7. Cassandra Walker Says:

    Hi Amy,

    I thought you and your readers may be interested in knowing about a unique and beautiful Mother’s Day gift for knitters that takes sending flowers to mom to a whole new level! This year, people can celebrate their moms with bouquets of limited edition hand dyed goodness arranged on needle “stems” and a variety of adorable accompanying patterns made exclusively for customers of Jimmy Beans Wool. Flowers that won’t expire, but ones that will grow into beautiful garments – everything from a shawl to mitts to a hat! The two versions of artfully arranged yarn bouquets provide moms with everything they need to start up to seven new projects! These limited quantity exclusive bouquets (there are only 160!) will go on sale next Friday April 19 at

    I’d love to send you some images of these lovely gifts, please email me when you have a chance!

    Thank you for your time,
    Cassandra Walker
    Marketing Coordinator
    Jimmy Beans Wool

  8. Sandy Panos Says:

    I was reading thru your blog and came to this entry dated March 25, 2013, where you were selling items before moving. I know that its been a long time but if lot 8 the 8 craft/knitting books is still available, I would be interested in purchasing them. I would have to have them shipped and I would be happy to pay the cost of the shipping. Please let me know. Congrats on your baby girl. Isn’t it just so much fun having a baby in the house? Try to enjoy every moment as they grow so quickly. Thanks, sandy

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