I'm not sure where I first came across Makeunder My Life, but I've been reading it for a while now, and trying to play along with the end of the week exfoliations (although, to be honest, mine have been having a problem actually getting out of the house... something to shoot for...)
I've been taking a long, hard look at my yarn stash, and I've decided that since I
a.) live in Louisiana where the wool season is about 2 weeks long,
b.) am too busy to do much of anything even related to leisure activities lately,
and c.) can't concentrate on something from one night to the next,
that I need to do some destashing.
I'm having a bit of seperation anxiety, but I hate to see good yarn sit lonely and unloved on my shelves.
Today, I have for you some lovely Atacama 100% alpaca yarn, hand dyed in chile. 50 grams (110 yards) each skein, color 509, 10 skeins (full bag). This yarn is really lovely, but it's so sad sitting on my shelf, and I'd like it to have a happy home where it will be used and loved.
The MSRP on this yarn was $7.95, and while I was looking for some images, I saw it for sale for $6.25 - $6.75. I'm offering it as a destash special for $40.00 for the bag (that's $4.00/skein), plus $5.00 for shipping ($45 total). If you're interested, shoot me an email at email@example.com.