I've dubbed this Summer Sunset and, while I love the way it came out, I'm not at all confident that I could replicate it. Consistency like that will come with time, at least I hope it will. If you love it, get over to the shop and get yours while it lasts.
Speaking of consistency, I finally took the time to wind up the last of the original yarn balls on my ball winder. They are now all center pull skeins, happily nesting in their very own drawstring bags, with business card tags on them. As I say on each listing:
Yarn is wound into a center pull ball and packaged in a reusable, drawstring bags made from a t-shirt sleeve to keep your yarn tidy and tangle free while you work with it.
This benefits me as well. Now all my t-shirt yarn just needs to be packaged for shipping and its ready to go. That having been said, what a lot of work it was to get it all done. The worst part was, it felt redundant. The difference of course was that this time it was getting done in a way that really works best. That didn't stop the temper tantrum that was going on in my head though. Looking back on that picture, maybe making 18 bags is a pretty good accomplishment.
I also did some much needed updating in my pictures and descriptions today with a goal of making things more consistent. I stuck with the t-shirt yarn section for today but I got some feedback from other sellers about other sections that need attention as well. I plan to make those changes in the very near future. Feedback is so scary to ask for but so important...but mostly scary.