Wednesday, November 5, 2008

New Moebius Scarves

I've been one busy momma knitting up a storm for my upcoming craft fair. Here are the 5 hoodies I've finished, and the 3 neck warmers (red not pictured). You may notice some new colors in the mix too!

If you would like a moebius, I've decided to take all further orders through my etsy shop: This makes it easier to sell items that are completed, instead of taking so many custom orders. You can still place a custom order through etsy - but be aware that I am averaging 5-7 days to ship. So, if these are on your Christmas list to give or receive, you'll want to order sooner rather than later.

You may also see that I raised the price of the hoodies to $40. Neck warmers are still just $25. With the time and amount of yarn it takes to make each hoodie, it warrants a slightly higher price than what I was previously charging. But, remember that all proceeds support our adoption! =)

Which, since we are on the topic, is going well. We had our meeting with our social worker today, and in just a few short weeks our home study will be 100% complete. I also completed our profile, so we will soon have those sent out to agencies all over the US. Then begins phase 2 - waiting. =)

completed neck warmer in pumpkin:
completed neck warmer in light green:

completed hoodie in peacock blue (new color!)
click on photo to see colors better:

completed hoodie in black:

completed hoodie in plum/carmel variegated (new color!):

completed hoodie in purple:

completed hoodie in sea mist variegated (new color!):


Liana said...

which craft fair will you be at?

nonapearl said...

I'm doing a small one with my mom in Seattle, WA out of her house. It's our 3rd one!

Saturday, Nov 22nd 10 am - 4 pm

Email me privately if you are in the area and I'll send the address!

I'll be talking more about it on my blog as the day gets closer.

nonapearl said...

oops! my email is

Katie said...

Hi Nona! I just wanted to tell you that I wore my moebius hoodie tonight! We went and saw the National Christmas Tree (which is from Montana this year) start to make it's journey to Washington D.C! Anyway, I just wanted to let you know that I got some great compliments on my scarf! It was worth every penny and more! :-)