Question of the Day — Black Friday

Update 11/25: Shop will be closed Friday. See ya’all Saturday.

Question of the day is: Will any of my yarn friends be wanting to visit me at the shop this Friday, the day following Thanksgiving, commonly known as Black Friday? The past two years I was open on Thanksgiving Friday but my records reflect zero sales both times and I really can’t remember that anyone just dropped in to visit those days either. So, should I open the shop or stay home and enjoy the company of my grandson & little granddaughter?

I just finished stocking the Panda 100% Bamboo (DK weight; from Universal Yarn); there are four colors: Gold, Mandarin, Jade, & Sky. Three colors of Yummy (DK weight, 100% superwash wool from Universal Yarn): Tequila Sunrise, Storm, & Raspberry Mocha are also now on the shelf.

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703 N Broadway
Pittsburg, KS


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A Few of My Favorite Things:

Knitting Lace & Lace Knitting
Crocheting Shawls
Knitting Socks
Stacks of brightly colored dishcloths I've crocheted
Listening to my granddaughter giggle

"When the dog bites
When the bee stings
When I'm feeling sad
I simply remember my favorite things
And then I don't feel so bad."
~ Maria in the Sound of Music

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November 2009