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May 27, 2011
It’s finally Friday and just after 10am to boot…where did my morning go? Oh I know where…watch the video to find out! Also, have you seen the new Silk Sari Ribbon colors? If not, check them out here: New Sari Ribbon Colors
Also, the shop that was featured in the video below is
Oh and if you’re interested, my new site that I just launched is called http://thecraftywiner.com
Have a wonderful day everyone!
April 10, 2011
A rare Sunday update but I’m just too excited… I have to show… here’s the video!!!!
April 4, 2011
OK this was so tough. The one terrible downside to these contests is choosing. I personally hate it because there are usually some good ones out there! This time it was really tough because I had over 300 entries… um holy smokes! And they were all super inventive. But alas, I had to take a big-girl-pill and pick one even though I felt like kicking and screaming.
So, below are the names of the winners of the silk sari ribbon color naming challenge!
Congrats and stay tuned for the next contest, you could be the next winner! But for today, these winners will get a free skein of the color they won for!
And for this week, these new colors will be on sale! So get ‘em while they’re hot!
September 14, 2010
How flippen cute?!
This headband was inspired when I cut my bangs too much…uh oh. So the headband helped make my botched haircut job look halfway decent. See more of the drama on this video:
So, this kit will include enough recycled silk sari ribbon to make this headband along with a link to instructions and the beads.
You just need to supply the glue gun and a stick or two of hot glue.
You can choose which two flower colors you’d like on your headband. If you would like other color combos, just email us and ask and we’ll make it work for you!
August 31, 2010
Check out the one skein scarf that’s super easy and takes no time at all to make. Best of all it’s made from recycled silk sari remnants and is created by women. No sweatshops, no child labor and only at www.darngoodyarn.com
To make it:
Get one skein of one of the following yarns:
Get your size 19 knitting needles. Cast on 5 and work the whole skein up in garter stitch. Yea it’s simple. but like what I always say, you don’t need to over-complicate a complex yarn with a crazy pattern. Let the yarn speak for itself!
August 18, 2010
The next time you are in Mineral Point Wisconsin and you’re in the mood for a show stopping scarf or wrap, stop in and say hi to Jony at Simply Scarfs.
And if you have a moment check out the video on the lower bottom http://www.mineralpoint.com/visitor_information/index.html
She carries a wonderful collection of hand knit scarves that she created! And now she’s creating them with Darn Good Yarn’s Recycled Sari Ribbon!
Jony makes unique designs using various combination of yarns to give each one a mixture of colors and textures.
You can find her at 154 High Street in Mineral Point WI or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, if you’re a cool facebooker, go over to her shop and “like it” by clicking here.
But, I need to draw your attention to her shop window. A friend of her’s down at the hardware store made these giant knitting needles! And you know what Jony knitted that with? Clothes line!!! I know isn’t that wonderful?!
August 18, 2010
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We’re donating some yarn to the 2nd Annual Fiber Festival being run by the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood NJ. It’s this October 12 and 2 2010.
Go and visit this site to get all the information you’ll need to visit- Just Click this text!
Visit the festival and get some raffle tickets to win a Darn Good Yarn goody basket!
Do you have an event you’re sponsoring and are looking for a similar donation? Please contact us!
August 11, 2010
Check out the new clutch and purse that Lashell created out of our recycled sari ribbon. Go check out her Etsy shop: : http://www.etsy.com/shop/designtalentedone !
July 27, 2010
Buy the Recycled Sari Ribbon Yarns by clicking here