December 26, 2018, 3 comments

Taking Stock of 2018

Categories: Christmas, Chunky Yarn, Homelea Lass Happenings

The end of year is upon us, and with that comes the opportunity to sit and reflect on the year that was, and most importantly, the year that is yet to come. While I take a moment to appreciate all that this year has given me, I am finding excitement in the fact that 2019 is going to be even greater for my small business. I am dreaming big!

And as a wise man once said, “the way to get ahead is to start now”, so on that note, I am going to be auctioning some Homelea items so I can commence the New Year completely focused on a new range for Homealea Lass – this is such an amazing feeling! So if you have a connection with a particular colour of Homelea yarn, now is the time to make a purchase. I would really hate to see you miss out on your favourite crafting pieces.

Prices will be starting at 10% of the retail price, so there are plenty of opportunities to get yourself a bargain. Consider this my “taking stock” sale that starts on Boxing Day and will run for 7 days.

Ebay Auction Homelea

While I busy myself with end of year tasks such as cleaning out my studio, I am stumbling across some real treasures which I will be including in the auction.

Just some of the beautiful items that will be included in the auction include:

  • Homelea Bliss 300g and 100g skeins in Dusky Rose, Mustard, Celery and Black
  • Knitting and crochet pattern books
  • Brittany crochet hooks and knitting needles

If you feel that you would like to own a piece of Homelea Lass and get started on a creative project, this auction is the ideal way to start your crochet journey. Join in, share, or just take a peek right here. 

Enjoy the sale, and I can’t wait to see what 2019 brings us!

With love, Lynda. X


3 responses to “Taking Stock of 2018”

  1. Maria says:

    Hi Lynda
    Just out of curiosity if you bid for more than one item will you be charged delivery per bid ?

  2. Lynda Rennick says:

    It’s lovely to hear from you Maria 😊

    The delivery charge is the same if you win one, or many items.

    For example if you’re in Australia and win one lot delivery is $19, or if you’re in Australia and win 5 lots the total delivery charge is $19.

    Does this make sense?

    With love, Lynda.

  3. Maria says:

    Hi Lynda
    I’ve just received my goods from the auction – that was quick – thankyou so much I’ve picked up some great bargains!! and that celery colored wool is gorgeous can’t wait to be creative and make something with it – thankyou once again for the beautiful crochet hooks, books etc. I look forward to getting creative and to see what 2019 has to bring in crafts/wool. Kind regards Maria xx

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