Every time we have t-shirts printed, my crew and I order sweatshirts. Hoodies, to be more specific. And then we pretty much live in them all winter.
This year, we ordered a new “throw-back style” sweatshirt and we absolutely love them. They are so soft and comfy, but have a bit more shape and style to them than the old style we ordered.
It was rainy and cold the Saturday of Lucketts, so we all wore them and received so many compliments and inquiries, that I decided we would offer them for sale to our readers.
Basically, you asked for it, you got it!
Since these are more expensive than a t-shirt, they are special order. Here’s how the sweatshirt event will work…
The listing is live for the sweatshirts now. You purchase the size(s) you want, we’ll place the order and have them printed and then shipped out. So, you’ll get them in about 3-6 weeks and have them for when cooler fall temperatures come around.
We’re just offering them in one print, one color for this sale, but will open up more options if this is a success.
The sale will be open through Sunday, June 19, 2016, and then it’ll be closed, so we can place the orders all at once. Everything else in the shop will be closed during this sale, so orders don’t get confused. We’ll open the rest up after the event (and we have a lot more Lucketts leftovers to list along with some reorders of French soap and German brushes.)
You can order your sweatshirt HERE.
And speaking of the online shop (and the blog for that matter), we’re going to be undergoing a redesign and an overhaul of how the site is set up, so things will be easier to find. We’ll also be bringing back the Mustard Seed Pages. It’s all happening behind the scenes right now and will take a while before you see the changes, but I just wanted to let you know we’re working on it.
Before I sign off, I wanted to let you know you’ll see some familiar pictures in a couple of magazines that are on newsstands now.
My home is featured in American Farmhouse Style…
And Megan’s home office makeover is featured in Cottages & Bungalows…
I still dork out over magazine features. It was one of my top “pie-in-they-sky” dreams when I started my business, but I never, ever imagined that dream would be realized dozens of times. I still relish and enjoy it and buy my mom a copy (and sometimes even show it to the cashier) each time.
Like I said…dork.