Monday, November 20, 2006

UPDATE: For those waiting... the markers are ready!

Hello Sexy Knitters! We wanted to stop by and say hello. We joined the club awhile back but have yet to actually post. So hello! We are Sarah and
Rachel aka Zephyr Gals.

We noticed a lot of talk lately about Consumer Friendly yarns and just wanted to post our support to those working hard over at the Consumer Friendly Yarn website. Also, we wanted to spread the word that we are willing to help in any way that we can to spread the word and knowledge. We are in the works on a CFY pattern that will be free on our website and a
list of CF yarns that can be used with the pattern.... also in the works, a set of CFY stitch markers. I know that there is a lot of controversy and differences of opinion on the subject. We in no way want to push or press the issue if you don't want to be involved... but for those of you that do, we are really excited to stand and help out those stores that have been and are involved in retailer keystone pricing.

And for ALL the SKC members.... stop on over to zephyr. We have a really fun set of markers that should speak to all you sexy ladies... here is a sneak peek (above). They will be available very soon!

Happy Knitting,
Rachel & Sarah

3 comments:

Yarn It said...

It's nice to you see two post and I think your support of CFY is wonderful. There are many that can not afford the expensive yarns yet have a love of knitting. I will be picking up those stitch markers as soon as they are ready!

Crystal said...

Thank you so much for letting us know about your pattern. It's so nice to see designers who are willing to take a stand on this issue. I for one, will be anxiously awaiting your CFY pattern and will be sure to let ALL my knitting friends know about your site. Funny how knitters will support designers and yarn companies who support knitters, isn't it? Seems like a no-brainer to me!

Thanks again!

zephyr gals said...

Hey ladies!
Just wanted to let you know that the markers are up and ready to purchase. I noticed that "yarn it" was wanted a set when they were ready and.....
They are ready!

Thanks for the nice comments!