Friday, April 10, 2009

Happy Anniversary!!

It's hard to believe that it's been a year already since I first started Fresh From the Cauldron! April 7th was the official one-year anniversary on Etsy ^_^ A lot has transpired since then; I've seen the successful conclusion of my first two clubs; Socks of the Bard, and Time Machine. I've also calculated that  I've made an average of 150+ colorways in just one year. Craaaaazy! I think the Cauldron's greatest success has been the recent additions of the vampire-inspired colorways for the True Blood and Twilight Series. Now it's time to get ready for the launch of two new clubs; The OZ yarn club and Vamp Sock Club both launch next month. It's going to be exciting and challenging pulling everything together and seeing what everyone thinks of/makes with their new colorways. This picture was taken by a Ravelry friend and client named Ani. She brought two hanks of my Forks colorway to the actual town. How cool is that!! All photo credits belong to her. I'm just borrowing her pic. ^_^

5 comments:

Erica said...

That's awesome! Congrats on your dyeiversary :) well done, you deserve a slap on the back and at the very least, a well thought out golf clap :P with some sparkle of course!

sewhooked said...

What a fun photo! I'm going to share a link over at twilight_crafts...so awesome!

I'd also like to thank you for the link to sewhooked. That's how I came across your blog. Woo!

Pren said...

awesome! i just looked for your shop on etsy and it said that there was no shop called fresh from the cauldron. id love to buy some of your yarn (i looked through your flicker and THEY ARE AMAZING!) anyhow can you link your shop or send me a convo on etsy? im convivialcrafter.etsy over there. thanks!

maylin said...

Hey bb. I am trying to be a bit more business like about my shop so thought I would come and look at your blog. I couldn't leave without saying - you must remove The Red Line from you recommended fics!

Jennifer said...

Maylin: lol!! Okay, will do. I didn't even get around to reading it and only really posted it back then because it seemed like such a hit (originally) at UU. ;)