Before I describe the special events I have planned for
you, endure my soapbox speech, please.  The idea of the yarn crawl, other than great networking, is to acquaint each of you with yarn shops, designers, weavers, etc., for your shopping pleasure and future reference.  Every destination pays a fee to participate, and we enjoy the benefit of meeting old and new customers, plus increased sales.  We don’t expect everyone to make a large purchase, but do take the time to see what we have to offer.  Most of us have small items for a couple of dollars, if our yarns don’t thrill you.  Please have the courtesy not to rush into the shop, push your way to the head of the line, demand to have your passport stamped, and hurry out without so much as a glance around.  Yes, we do this for a living, but our shops are our daytime homes.  Be a considerate guest.  We’ll be happy to talk to you, and we’d like you to have a real visit.  Maybe even splurge on a card of buttons or some darning needles, but at least say hello.  And thanks for putting up with Cynthia’s pet peeve.

Now, what’s new for the yarn crawl?  First, our very own, exclusive, hand dyed for us, yarn from Morandia Fibers.  I got to choose the colors, name the colorway, and be involved with the whole process.  Our own “Cynthia’s Iris” will debut during the yarn crawl.  Sock weight, worsted weight, two different fiber blends including a luscious merino/cashmere—you’ll only see it here.

Next, side shows.  Three of our customers are also entrepreneurs.  They will appear at the shop on different days to tout their wares.  They are:

Linda Jenkinson, What the Fudge (Gourmet Fudge) the 19th, 20th, 26th, and 27th
Nessa Burba, The Posh Penguin (spa cosmetics) the 18th, 22nd, and 24th
Leann Baber, Dusty’s Things (wooden puzzles and toys) the 25th and 26th

As many of you know, we always have yarn crawl specials based on, ahem, little known holidays.  Here are this year’s specials:
18th: Bad Poetry day—bring and recite an original poem for 10% off
any sock yarn, so your feet will smell better than the poem.
19th: International Orangutan Day10% off any orange yarn.         
21st: Senior Citizens’ Day—bring proof that you’re older than Cynthia
for 10% off your total purchase.
24th: Vesuvius Day10% off Premier Eversoft “Volcano” colorway  

Some of our suppliers have also contributed door prizes.

In other related news, Cynthia’s
Corner is now a collection point for
Knitted Knockers.  We provide
patterns, teach you how to make
knockers, stuff and ship them to
waiting patients here in Texas.  If
you’re not otherwise occupied on
Tuesday mornings from 10:00-
12:00, join our Made With Love
group for fellowship and support
making Knockers and other charity
projects.

See you at the Yarn Crawl!


That's all for this time, folks. 
Hope to see all of you soon. 


Published irregularly by Cynthia’s Corner
205 W. Elm St., Gainesville TX 76240 972-880-3667
visit our website, www.yarnwranglers.com or see
us on Facebook


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Saturday   Closed
Sunday-Thursday10:00 AM-5:00 PM
Friday   10:00 AM-4:00 PM

Come by 205 W. Elm St., Gainesville, or call 972-880-3667 for info.
Visit our website, www.yarnwranglers.com.  Like us on Facebook!


CYNTHIA’S CORNER
205 W. ELM ST.
GAINESVILLE TX 76240
972-880-3667
www.yarnwranglers.com






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AROUND THE CORNER

The sometime newsletter of Cynthia’s Corner

SPECIAL EDITION YARN CRAWL PREVIEW

WELCOME TO OUR CORNER!,

This is a special edition of Around the Corner, the sometime newsletter for Cynthia’s Corner, should get you revved up for the DFW Yarn crawl, August 18-27.  You haven’t heard about it?  Get thee to their website, dfwyarncrawl.com, and get ready.  You’ll find more than twenty destinations with door prizes, specials, and best of all, passport stamps that make you eligible to win even greater prizes.
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Cynthia Roth
Some of the Elm Street Hookers working on
Knitted Knockers during a regular Tuesday 'knitfest'.