This month’s update is all about sea creatures: Sea turtle stitch markers and manatee bags.
These bags usually sell out fast, so click through if you like mustard, teal, or coral, and get one for your very own project-safekeeping! 30% of the purchase price will be donated to the Hispanic Federation’s ongoing Puerto Rico disaster relief efforts, which are still sorely needed.
Keep an eye out for more news soon: KnitSpinQuilt will be in New York City at the Moms and Makers Market organized by Knitty City on May 12, and box bags are in development.
KnitSpinQuilt is now an Indie Untangled vendor — you can find a link to my shop on the Indie Untangled website, and I was featured in the newsletter last week.
This pussyhat bag was featured in the newsletter and is now only available for pre-order — I sold out of all the fabric I had in stock! This is fabulous news, because it means I can donate more to the Hispanic Federation this quarter — 30% of shop purchase prices will go to the Hispanic Federation’s Puerto Rico disaster relief efforts in 2018.
KnitSpinQuilt is at Flame Con this weekend!
Rainbow bags for sale at Woolyn this weekend in Brooklyn!
These bags (and more!) will be at Woolyn this weekend (on Atlantic Ave, in Brooklyn!) to fundraise for the Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
This is your only chance to get them before Flame Con: after Flame Con, I’ll put them up in the Etsy shop.
These two sets are a teaser for a new product I’ll be debuting at Flame Con: wine glass charms!
The blog may be a bit Flame Con centered until August, but never fear — I’m still fundraising for Doctors Without Borders for all of 2017!
Items that debut at Flame Con will be available for non-attendees after the con is over.