Exciting 2019 news!

With the start of a new year, I have taken an adventurous leap off the Yarn Cove wharf and I have launched a Yarn Cove Facebook page.  

Now that Yarn Cove has some fabulous product photos, I asked some fellow crafters for some tips and advice, and I decided this was the right time to set it up.

This may seem less like a momentous occasion to you, and more of a “Oh cool. I’ll check that out” thing. But to me, it’s been slightly terrifying.

What if my page doesn’t get any likes? What if it does? What if people start ordering items? What if they don’t? Will I be able to keep up?

I decided to live on the edge, and put the Yarn Cove Facebook page out into the world.

The page went live a few days ago and thus far, nothing catastrophic has happened.

Yarn Cove on Facebook has a reasonable number of likes, some nice compliments, and I am already working on a couple of commissioned pieces.

The universe is continuing to function as usual, except now I am taking knitting requests.

So (deep breath) – check out Yarn Cove on Facebook and let me know what you think!


2 thoughts on “Exciting 2019 news!

  1. You are a hard person to contact. Big discussion about trinity stitch hat in new classics book. Is this hat traditionally knit flat and seamed in Newfoundland? Why didn’t you show hat knit in round? Please reply and help settle this discussion between two knitters. Thanks.


    • Thanks, Carol, for getting in touch. The best people to ask about the seamed hat would be Christine and Shirley, the authors. I believe their email addresses are included in their bios at the end of the book. They love talking to knitters and answering their questions, so I’m sure they would get back to you with the information you need. Cheers, Heather


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