Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Happy Anniversary!

A year ago today



I began my Etsy shop.



I never imagined it would meet with the enthusiasm that you have all shown.

Thank you to everyone who has purchased yarn or spinning fiber from Black Bunny Fibers!


Your support and loyalty mean more to me than you can ever know.



Keep Bunny Hopping -- and keep sending me photos of your finished projects!


I love to see 'em and I live vicariously through your beautiful knitting.




Next update is Saturday, March 17th, with some green sock yarns in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

21 comments:

Adrienne " A little dramatic at times" said...

Happy ANnviersary!!!!! BEAUTIFUL STUFF!!!!

Mel said...

Aw, happy anniversary. I'm still waiting for that magical confluence when you put up a fresh batch; I am neither at work, asleep or away; and I actually have a bit of money to spare in the bank. I still check to see what I missed that got snatched up. Just so I can be jealous. :-)

Carol said...

Congrats! Thanks for providing such beautiful yarns with which to work. I'm only 1/8 Irish so will leave the green stuff to others. Let me know if you dye any in support of St. George's Day!

Jeanne said...

Congrats! Thank you for selling such beautiful yarn - I know set alarms to log in to your shop when I know you have an update so I get a chance to buy some before its gone! I find myself not wanting to tell others about it....but then can't help but share such beautiful yarn!

Aubrey said...

Yes, not quite a year ago, I stumbled upon your beautiful yarns... It's a long slippery slope that leads downwards...

Wha??? I'm supposed to MAKE something with them??? Oh, dear - the pressure, the pressure....

Thanks, Carol. I think I shall be putting your kids through college. (My G-B twins are 19 - you do live through it, promise.)

Hugs, Aubrey

Margaret said...

Happy Etsy-Shop-iversary!

Bridget said...

Happy Anniversary to your Etsy shop, you, and Charcoal!

Wow, since it's my birthday today, does that mean you'll be dyeing some special yarn for a gift? Or have you already? Is it in the mail???

You're the best. And I mean it!

Liz K. said...

Happy Anniversary, Carol! You would not have loyal customers without a quality product, so a pat on the back is due.

See you when I get back??

Kathy Merrick said...

Yo, toots, congratulations!
I am in awe of your dyeing and selling abilities.
I am proud to call you friend.

Dave Daniels said...

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!
You have a wonderful sense of color. It's wonderful.

Marilyn said...

Happy, happy anniversary, sweets! You are such a wonderful dyer--I love my collection of Etsy stuff and whether it's fiber for spinning or yarn for knitting, I love everything you do. I swear to God, I think I must have been one of your first customers.

And I am soooo pissed that I managed to miss the last update. Damn. But I'll be lurking on the site Saturday, for sure.

Wherever and whenever I can, I sing your praises. Because I have not seen more appealing colors anywhere else, and you know I know all the anywhere elses.

Here's to many more BBF years!

mindy said...

Happy Birthday and many, many happy returns (no, not those kind...)

Sherry W said...

Ask your husband how your sock yarn was jumped on at Rosies tonight! It was like a pack of dogs I'm telling you.

Sherry W said...

I almost forgot! Happy Birthday-Eve!!

Selmala in Woodstock said...

Congratulations, you! I love your yarn. And thank you for making my dream of being a foot model come true. I'd like to thank the Academy...

Carol said...

oh, selma, you have such a sexy instep....(just think, the next time you get athlete's foot you can file for disability benefits.)

Kathy Merrick said...

Ooh, Selma, what an aristocratic foot!
But please don't let my crazy lace curtain Irish grandmother know you have your foot on the kitchen table!
That's almost as bad as a hat on your bed but not as bad as a bird in the house.

Ruinwen said...

Happy Anniversary! You have such lovely yarn in such beautiful colors!

:)

Anonymous said...

Happy Anniversary! You have given me many hours of joy – first, working with your lovely yarn is satisfying to both the eye and the hand, and then the finished products are so awesome. I love seeing them – on my daughter as well as my grandchildren. I’m having fun with my current BBF project – for all the same reasons.

Congratulations! Mary Kay

Marlisa said...

And many happy returns to you, your etsy shop and the bunny!

I love your colors and have such fun knitting with them.

Looking forward to more,

Marlisa

Allison said...

Congratulations Carol! (And Charcoal, of course!) I finally scored some at Rosie's yesterday b/c I missed the Etsy again. Just got to get one thing off needles, and away I go!
xo Allison