Hi, folks! I completely forgot to announce this here on the blog, but I have wonderfully warm woolen mittens and fun one-of-a-kind Christmas stockings in my Etsy shop! There are just a handful (heehee!) of mittens left, so check them out now if you’re interested.
Link here: www.etsy.com/shop/TheGreenSheepStudio
Our faithful US Postal Service’s 3-Day Priority Mail will get them to you before Christmas if you order by this Friday, December 16 (if you are in the US). It’s getting risky after that, but I’ll do my best to ship items quickly!
Thanks for looking! Etsy shop link: www.etsy.com/shop/TheGreenSheepStudio
Okay, it only took me a month after Art in the Barn to post new things for sale in my Etsy shop…! But I’m finally finished :).
(There was some shop upkeep required as well. I find myself wishing those software/app developers would go on vacation and allow a little moss to grow under their techie creations back at home. It’s hard for us ordinary folk to keep up!)
Over at my Etsy shop you will find these two blankets now for sale:
“Summer Nostalgia” (57″ x 70″)
The “Summer Nostalgia” story is posted here.
“The Redbud” (62″ x 76″)
“The Redbud” story is posted here.
In the Etsy shop there are also several pairs of fleece-lined wool mittens…
…and lots of keepsake Christmas stockings for the special people in your life.
Please come take a look. The doors are open for Christmas shopping, window shopping and anytime shopping. Invite your friends!
Fortuitous events caused me to make a handful of mittens this year even though I hadn’t been planning on it. They were fun! They’re up in the Etsy shop if you’d like to see them there.
In response to popular request, I make my mittens with a bit longer cuff and keep it adjustable (it’s not tacked down). This means your wrists are just as protected as your hands are — no breeze can touch that tender skin at the end of your coat sleeve. Each mitten is also snugged in at the wrist to keep it comfortably in place. All mittens are lined with fleece for double warmth.
These mittens actually fall into two categories. First, there’s the traditional design, where the most interesting fabric is on the back of the hand:
Then there’s the nontraditional design, where, just for the fun of it, I put the interesting pattern on the palm side of the mitten. I enjoy the “surprise factor” of these :)
And they’re ready in the nick of time — many of us have snow coming soon! If you’re interested in staying warm in winter with some mittens from The Green Sheep, please come browse my Etsy shop. Take care and stay warm!