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November Mystery Club - Yarn Only

$26.00

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The monthly mystery club features One 100 g of hand dyed yarn inspired from the colors shown in the photo above! 

The theme of the 2021 mystery club is a travel through time. Each month will represent a different decade starting with 1900-1909 and ending with current day! November represents 2000-2009. This photo represents the colors that will inspire your mystery skein! 

This listing is for a pre-order and will ship out at the end of the month! If you are purchasing any other items along with this item, please keep in mind that they will all ship together. If you'd like to receive other items quicker, please purchase them in a separate transaction! 

Please feel free to email me with any further questions at mavencrafted@gmail.com

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