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Members Buy/Sell/Trade -- Classifieds
Ironstone Paris Nights Yarn
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Apr 11, 2013 09:26:40   #
plstahl
 
Does anyone have any of this yarn they would be willing to sell? If so, what colors do you have?
 
Apr 11, 2013 09:41:53   #
Butterbeans
 
If no one has any to sell from their stash I have seen some for sale at Needlepoint Junction on Hilton Head Island, SC. Perhaps they could ship it to you.
Apr 11, 2013 10:33:56   #
Chemchic (a regular here)
 
plstahl wrote:
Does anyone have any of this yarn they would be willing to sell? If so, what colors do you have?

How much do you need? this Etsy seller is selling it, but it's more cost effective if you buy more than one.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/97788301/paris-nights-funky-yarn-by-ironstone?ref=shop_home_active

This is one of the colors...look around..there are a few. She has good prices for all those funky yarn.
Apr 12, 2013 07:04:02   #
Ali9407
 
plstahl wrote:
Does anyone have any of this yarn they would be willing to sell? If so, what colors do you have?



I have ironstone party girl in pink and blue multi if that helps.
Apr 12, 2013 09:02:21   #
plstahl
 
Chemchic - Thanks for the tip about Etsy. I ordered one ball of each of the four colors that were available, but would love to find some in the gold color.
Apr 12, 2013 09:07:57   #
plstahl
 
Ali9407 - Is Ironstone Party Girl part of the Paris Nights series? If so, what color code is it? Thanks.
 
Apr 12, 2013 09:18:59   #
Ali9407
 
This is what I came up with.




Product Description
Ironstone Felicia Yarn
Colorful and textured! That's what you'll find in Ironstone's Felicia yarn. This cotton blend yarn has slubs and lots of texture. Felicia is a beautiful variegated yarn that knits up at an aran-chunky weight. Use it to knit shawls and scarves on big needles for a lacy look, or at gauge to knit sweaters, tees, and tanks.

71% Cotton, 29% Rayon
100 gram ball, approximately 142 yards
Gauge: 4 sts per inch on US 9 needles, chunky weight yarn
Apr 15, 2013 22:24:58   #
wlk4fun647 (a regular here)
 
I have been searching for this yarn since September... the only seller I came up with is Esty, and once on Ebay, but I got outbid... It goes so nice with the Ironstone Felicia!
I've made dozens of triangle shawls with the combo and could
sell more if I could get my hands on some. I believe it's discontinued.
Apr 16, 2013 06:47:21   #
Ali9407
 
wlk4fun647 wrote:
I have been searching for this yarn since September... the only seller I came up with is Esty, and once on Ebay, but I got outbid... It goes so nice with the Ironstone Felicia!
I've made dozens of triangle shawls with the combo and could
sell more if I could get my hands on some. I believe it's discontinued.


Are you interested at all in the Party Girl?
Apr 16, 2013 09:16:05   #
plstahl
 
I was only interested in the Paris Nights and would still love to find some in the gold color.
 
          
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