Psst! Holiday Yarn Bucks are Here . . .
Pass it on to Santa, Family, Friends
Limited time only December 6-7
Purchase $50 Yarn Bucks for $40
Limit 3 per person
*Discounts/Rewards do not apply
*Yarn bucks good towards purchases made 1/1/2014-12/31/14
Holiday Hours & Closures
Dec. 24-26 Closed
Dec. 27-28 Open 10:30-5:00
Dec. 29-30 Closed for Inventory
Dec. 31st Open Noon-Midnight
Jan. 1st Closed
New Store Hours as of January 2, 2014
Monday . . . 10:30-5:00
Tuesday. . . 10:30-5:00
Wednesday . . . . Closed
Thursday . . . .10:30-9:00
Friday . . . . 10:30-5:00
Saturday . . . 10:30-5:00
Sunday . . . 12:00-4:00
The Art of Felfs by Cat Borhdi has inspired us as well as many others in helping to support
David Krag and his research in the transformation of cancer treatments.
Yarns by the Sea will be collecting Felfs starting January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014.
Felfs will be donated to adults and children with cancer. We have been in contact with a few of these organizations and
all of them are as excited as we are.
Cat Borhdi, Sara & Chrissy . . . Serious Felfs Discussion
The Great Felfs Challenge of 2014
Felfs for a cure
(think of it as a lil warm hug for your feet)
Felfs?! What in the heck is a felf? Felfs are Cat Bordhi's newest creation and boy are they addicting to make!
Felfs are very whimsical felted slippers for your feet. Every time I see them they make me smile!
The Art of Felfs is a $20 ebook available from us. Cat Bordhi is donating ALL proceeds to Dr. David Krag's cancer research.
Here is an excerpt from Cat Bordhi's book, The Art of Felfs: felted footwear for families on Dr. Krag's research:
This book fuels the promising research that my friend, David Krag, MD, is now bringing very close to fruiition.
David's bright heart and agile intelligence led him to pioneer the sentinel node localization technique which has now protected
the arms of over one million women with breast cancer-many of them the arms of knitters. David and his research team are currently
developing a protocol that directs an individual's healthy cells to disable cancer cells, a method that may someday replace chemotherapy.
Your purchase of this book will help David transform the barren landscape of cancer treatment into a flowering garden.
Years ago, I taught a benefit workshop for David's lab, and he and I spent hours pondering in-sights and problem-solving approaches
kindred to both knitting design and cancer research...and yes, David knits. Denise Needles has been supporting his research for years,
and I am joining in by donating all profits from this book to David's lab. Your purchase, whether for yourself or as a gift for another
knitter, may be the very dollars that provide the tipping point to save far more than arms. To learn more: Visit SDICancerResearch.org
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Tuesday ...... 10:30 - 5:00
Wednesday.. 10:30 - 5:00
Thursday ..... 10:30 - 9:00
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Sunday ........ 10:30 - 5:00