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Silks are LIVE.....

Posted by Lewis White on

Silks & wools have been inventoried and updated on the website.  Christmas shopping has already begun---if you believe the tv commercials.  Here's our shameless plug for early shopping:  Get that Muga, Eri or Sari silk for gifting while it is still available.

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Thanks to everyone.....

Posted by Lewis White on

...who came by at SAFF in N.C. this past weekend.  I know lots of folks had Halloween plans and other obligations but it was wonderful to see those that did make it by the booth.  The new venue is really nice--less dust and more more air conditioning!  That's always a good thing in my book.  We are doing inventory right now and will be updating the website ASAP.  I do believe we have some Red Eri Silk, Muga Silk and Sari Silk left after the show and that will go live as quick as we know how much is available. ...

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Bad News...

Posted by Lewis White on

As we have always said, we are regular people with regular jobs that pay our regular bills.  In the past, we have always been lucky and never had a problem getting time off for festivals.  I guess this year our luck ran out.  3 days before we were due to hit the road, I received word my leave had been cancelled.  Unreal right?  We hope all the vendors and visitors to the 2015 New York Sheep and Wool Festival have a wonderful weekend of learning, sharing and fiber celecbration.   Little Barn will NOT be at Rhinebeck this year.  ...

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Fall Festivals...

Posted by Lewis White on

Little Barn will be attending both the New York Sheep & Wool festival in Rhinebeck, N.Y.  and SAFF in Fletcher, N.C.   We are working on some new products for these shows as well as re-stocking some old favorites.   If you make it to either festival, please make sure to stop by and say hello.

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Trying again....

Posted by Lewis White on

Didn't quite get the glitches out last month, so here we go again.  Hang with us as we work through completely new and unfamiliar checkout procedures.  Sigh.....those old pull handle cash registers were so easy!

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