Jacob in his lined overalls
Well the cold weather is really here now and I am certainly not enjoying it after just getting back from Rarotonga where I went to my Nieces wedding, and what an awesome spot they held it at and a great time was had by all of us who were lucky enough to be able to attend.
The reun of the Martinborough Fair was as successful as the other fairs and it was great to see so many new stall holders there this time. as usual it was a 4am start for us and then the long drive back as far as Waiouru that night and boy on the Sunday morning it was freezing cold at minus 4 and the car was covered in thick ice, but the one advantage was the beautful view of the mountain with the snow glistening in the sunlight.
The NZ Agriculture Fieldays are now only 31 days away and long hours are now being put into getting all the stock ready for it, plus turning the orders around as fast as we can.
At long last our navy waterproof fabric has arrived so all back orders are now on their way out to everyone. Thank goodness the wharf strike is now over and we will not have anymore delays with getting our fabrics.
We now have another new pattern in the Cotton/Merino sleeping Bags it is a cool Critter bugs design and only just arrived into the country last week, hence this is the first photo of them as they are being made now. It is now already on its ways to NurseryRhyme Ltd in Hawera. We have altered our bags so that they now open flat and are sewn down on one side only, this was to make it a easier access to change the baby in the night and also alot easier to put on.
Our Cord pinafores will be on the website early next week also, just waiting for them to be finished off, and we will also have the Cord skirts there as well.
We have a new long line Merino Top in the pipeline which will be great to team up with the tights and this should be available very soon.
We will be once again at the great fundraiser market for the CCS Disability resource centre Royal Oak Market on the 20th of May so do come along and support the worthy cause, they have lots of awesome plants etc for sale there along with lots of other stalls. this is their blog link http://www.royaloakmarket.blogspot.com
Dont forget if you are a Magic Beans card holder you get 15% discount on our website or at the market by presenting your card and also if you would like to buy card follow this link to get your special price of your Magic Beans card, as there are several businesses listed with them that give you lots of discounts and there are some freebies as well. It is a very worth while card to have.
If you have not already gone and liked us on facebook please follow this link and like us then you will be able to enter any of the competitions/specials etc that we run there and we are also trying to reach 1000 likers and when we do we will give a gift voucher to the lucky person who is our 700 liker, Many thanks to all of you who have already gone and liked our page.Facebook like us
Some of the places we are at over the next couple of months
19th May, Tamahere Market.
20th May, CCS Disability Royal Oak Market
26th May, Mary's Market Freemans Bay.
27th May, Titirangi Village Market.
2nd June, The Big Little Markets, Mount Maunganui
3rd June, Coatesville Market
13th - 16th Fieldays at Mystery Creek.
30th June - 1st July Bumps, Bubs & Beyond Parenting Expo, Claudelands Event Centre, Hamilton.
We would like to welcome NurseryRhyme Ltd, from Hawera and if you live near them do call in and see Denise and her crew and check our their ranges including our products which are now in their store, they are at 158 High Street, Hawera.
Also Kidstuff in Stafford Street, Timaru where you will see Dorothy and her staff, this is one awesome shop that sells clothing, toys and lots more.
We have five other stores coming onboard over the next couple of weeks and we will let you know in our next newsletter who they are and where you will find them. This is a very exciting time for us as we branch out into the field of selling.
Enough from us this month,
Posted: Thu 10 May 2012