You know we love our customers and it’s been a tough time for many during this pandemic. We wanted to show our customers some love so come by the shop for a FLASH SALE! If you haven’t seen our new yarns, see our previous blog post – lots of great photos of what you can expect.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, 2021
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
15% off all yarns
If you’re a PK member, add your 10% for 25% off
If you haven’t made a donation in a while and updated your PK Card, why not make this Saturday the day to do it. All funds we collect go straight to The Salvation Army and help us send over 40 children to a great summer camp experience on the Sunshine Coast each year. Minimum donation is $10.00 but we hope you’ll dig deep and give a little bit more. You will receive a donation receipt and you can request not to be put on a mailing list.
We hope summer 2022 the children have an opportunity to go and have this wonderful experience. Click on the logo above or go to campsunrise.ca for more information about this awesome camp!
After the summer’s yield, Lord, it is time to let your shadow lengthen on the sundials and in the pastures let the rough winds fly.
As for the final fruits, coax them to roundness. Direct on them two days of warmer light to hale them golden toward their term, and harry the last few drops of sweetness through the wine.
It is that time of year when the colours of fall assault our senses and the cool air calls us to the comfortable and familiar. Knitting is that familiar to me and although I knit all year round there is something about fall that calls me, vocation like, to the needles and string…
New colours of yarns we’ve carried are always a welcome surprise to the senses. Our old favourites tempt us to think of new ways we can use them. Perhaps there is a yarn in your stash you want to use and this new colour in our little shop will do just so well.
The excitement of new yarns is something we all experience. We want to feel it, take in the colours and let our imaginations run wild with ideas of what we can create with it.
Come in an see us soon so we can take you around the shop and show you all the lovely new yarns, new colours, and great samples. Of course, I am sure we have one of the largest selection of baby yarns in the lower mainland.
Doesn’t this just make you want to make baby things… wee little booties, a cuddly blanket, or a smooshy toy baby can cuddle?
There is so much more to see so we hope we see you all soon…
It is that time of the year! We have to clear our shelves to add our fall and winter yarns. We have new yarns arriving soon and we’re so excited about them…but that is for another post, soon, I promise!
This Saturday, June 12th, is World Wide Knit in Public Day! Once Upon a Sheep is inviting you to join us for a social distanced outside visit in front of our shop. The weather says a couple of showers in the morning, but then SUNSHINE the rest of the day with a high of 20° ….WHOO HOO! What a great day for the WWKIP Day. There will be some coffee for you to pour in to your own BYOM (mug) and some chairs put out. You may want to bring a lawn chair and your knitting and knit along with us. We’re open 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
In honour of this special day, we are having a FLASH SALE! Yes, 15% off all yarns, needles and accessories THIS SATURDAY ONLY!!
Thank you so much for your support during the sale! We know some of you went home with tremendous deals.
Due to the restrictions around Covid 19, Once Upon a Sheep management have decided to leave our sale yarns out until the end of February during our regular business hours. Strict bylaws allow us to only have 2 customers in at the same time and we do not want anyone to miss out because they are being extra cautious for health reasons. Hand sanitizer and masks are required.
We hope you will take advantage of the extended sale and get those bargains you love every year.
Thank you so much to all our customers for your support for us this year. We have carried on and did our best during a difficult year. However, many other businesses were unable to hold on through the pandemic. We are mindful of the many wonderful people who had to close their business or lost their livelihoods because of Covid 19, and pray that 2021 brings a blessing to be able to recover financially.
We also want to remember those of you who will be alone this Christmas as you follow the provincial health orders. May God bring you peace, joy and comfort to your heart. If you know someone who will be alone, perhaps give them a call or drop by for a quick social distance at the door visit, something to brighten their day.
We’re still open until Christmas Eve at 3:00 pm so if you need to stock up for your holiday knitting or crochet time, come on in. We will remain closed through the holidays and will reopen January 2nd at 10:00 am.
Here is a little something to watch while you knit/crochet. If you missed going to a Christmas concert this year, we hope you are blessed as you listen to lovely music by some of our Salvation Army friends and colleagues in Canada and in the UK.
And finally, a fun little video to make you smile. This is my new kitten and he has now been introduced to knitting…. I said to my dear hubby, “don’t let that kitten get into my yarn…” but I think he wanted to record the disaster for a good laugh… hahaha…
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Happy holidays to those who celebrate the many other special days that take place at this time of year.