Kits make me nervous. Kits make me sweat. I've got to be precise and careful to get the wool measurements correct and do the math to charge a fair price for the kit. Kits are technical in nature: precision, math, orderliness! It is a little nerve racking for me; I even procrastinate in working on the order (who me?). I want my customers to be happy and not feel I shorted them on wool as they work on their project.
Another aspect about kitting: I hook "all over the place" and pull wool from here, there and every place I can find it in my home when I'm working a project. So pulling together what needs to be a prescribed assortment of wool to achieve my helter-skelter hooking style can be a challenge. No less, I'm going to try to be better about noting how much wool I put in a rug as I'm hooking it and keep a ledger so I can EASILY make kits when they are requested.
So as I've slowly filled the recent kit requests, I got a little bit smarter and made extras of these three rugs:
- I have TWO EXTRA kits made up of the Bee and Skeps rug
- I have ONE EXTRA of the Can You See Me? rug
- I have THREE extra of the Lil' Scrappy Dog rug
If you are interested any of these kits, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are the rugs I've recently been kitting:
|Bee and Skeps - two extra kits available of this rug|
|Can You See Me? - one extra kit of this rug|
|Lil' Scrappy Dog|