Saying goodbye to 2019 and hello to 2020


We want to thank all of you for a wonderful 2019 and wish you a very happy New Year!

There were so many firsts for us in 2019 and we have learned much from each one of them. The festivals we attended for our very first time introduced us to a wonderful culture of friendly, talented folks. We didn’t meet our financial goals with the festivals, but we believe the advice, encouragement, and insight we truly believe we’ll have better experiences next year.

One thing that I believe I forgot to mention though is that we did SELL OUT of all of our wool inventory this year. Although our festival  sales were lower than we anticipated, an online customer purchased one of our last fleeces. She was so impressed with it that she contacted us to buy all of our remaining inventory!

We hope to have our next batch of wool from the mill in time to start off our first 2020 festival strong. In the mean time, we do still have many hand-spinning drop spindles as well as a few jewelry sets and crochet sheep remaining.

We look forward to sharing our 2020 experiences as well as reading about yours.

 

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