You may remember a post from the middle of last year when I wrote about the infinity scarves that I was making and had decided to sell. At that time I was selling them through email only as I hadn’t found a suitable website to list them on, but I am currently in the process of setting up an Etsy store which you can find here. Until then they can be order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As I had so much fun making scarves and the ones that I gifted to other people got such good feedback, I decided that this year I would have a go at making beanies. I’ve been loving quite autumnal colours lately, such as mustard yellow, burgundy and rust orange. So when I found a burnt orange ball of wool at my local craft store, I knew it was exactly the colour I wanted to use for my first attempt at making a beanie. As a final decorative feature, I decided to add a pair of fox ears to the top of the hat as I have been loving foxes lately (as you may have been able to tell from the mug in my post here). I really love how it turned out and can’t wait until it is cold enough to wear it. I am currently working on making a grey pom pom beanie, and am very excited to see how it turns out. I have had so much fun making these beanies that I have decided to also start selling these on my Etsy store in the near future, so keep and eye out for these 🙂
I would love to know if you buy a scarf or beanie and what you think of them so feel free to tag me on Twitter and Instagram with your photos. You can find my usernames on my links page here.
As you know, I have many different things I enjoy doing during my free time. Another of my many hobbies is knitting. I love the idea that just a few balls of wool can create an amazing item of clothing. A few of my favourites include jumpers, hoodies and my absolute favourite are infinity scarves. I found a pattern for this feather and fan lace style scarf when I was in Spotlight and found a ball of the most amazing maroon coloured wool. I have received so many compliments on the finished scarfs and have even had a few requests to make some for other people.
So I thought it was about time to write a blog post to let you know that I have decided to start selling my scarves online. I am currently finding a good website to sell my scarves on, so for now they can be ordered by sending me at email at email@example.com. At the moment they are only available for pre-order, so there will be about a 2-3 week wait (per scarf) as this allows me enough time to make the infinity scarf and get it in the post for you. It also allows time for you to choose the colour you would like your scarf to be 🙂 colours subject to availability.
Currently, they are only available for pre-order in New Zealand, but if you are from another country and would like one, please email me at the above email address to arrange this. I am able to ship the infinity scarves to most countries but please bare in mind that shipping costs will vary depending on where you would like it sent to. The price of the scarf will also vary based on which kind of wool you choose but this will be discussed by email before the scarf is created 🙂
If you would like to purchase an infinity scarf, please use your name in the subject line of the email and a brief message stating how you would like to pay (cash, bank deposit or through paypal), which colour you would like and your postal address. I will reply to you within 2-3 business days to let you know the total cost and any payment information that you may require 🙂 payment must be received before the scarf is created.
If you purchase a scarf I would love to see some photos of you wearing it so please check out my links page to see where you can find me and tag me in your photos 🙂