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June 23, 2010

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Rachael

I've always wondered where Joe sold his pottery, if you don't mind telling (I love the mug, and since I'm local it probably makes more sense for me to try to find one in town than ask you to ship one to me) Similarly, will he be selling at Covington this weekend? I was thinking about going, and will keep an eye out if he is.

Allison

Hi Rachael,
Joe has a few pieces at Firefly Coffee Shop right now, with more on the way b/c they sell really well there. No mugs there right now b/c they sold out. He often sells at the University of St. Francis when they have shows of their professors or the holiday sale in November/December. He also just had pieces for sale at the FW Museum of Art.
But if you want a few mugs, e-mail me at allison@simplysockyarn.com and we can leave them for you at the Firefly to pickup sometime.
He doesn't do local art fairs, but we may be browsing Covington this weekend- thanks for the reminder!
Allison

Kris

Congratulations on your five year anniversary - that's a huge accomplishment! I had to buy this kit because the colors are so happy and optimistic...and I'm a sucker for a great yarn with a great story behind it. :) Thanks for your great service and store...here's to many more years doing exactly what you love.

Allise

I just received my kit which I bought for my birthday and it's just lovely. Thank you for putting such care and thought into your packaging. Happy Anniversary!

Jordan 11 Space Jam

Put your heart and soul into the things what you do that you will feel more easy than before. This is my idea that carry out many years ago.

Natalie Gaull

I received my kit last week and absolutely love it. The yarn is so soft and springy and the colors are fabulous. I can't decide whether to do socks or a lovely cowl or a scarf. For now I am just squeezing it and gazing at it admiringly. I love Joe's mug and would love to get more. It really does mean more when you've "met" the person who crafted the mug. Thanks so much for making this available.

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