Latest press release: Knitting needles

I released a new press release this evening which I plan to distribute to knitting publications for their news pages, here it is!

Resin Jewellery Designer turns her hand to knitting needles

Introducing a new line of customisable resin knitting needles for gifts

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Feb 16, 2009 – PennyDog Jewellery, which has a rapidly growing customer base within the field of resin jewellery, has expanded to include a range designed especially for knitters. The new resin knitting needles can be customised to make a great gift for knitters that like a touch of sparkle.

Retailing at £8 plus postage, they are made from polyester resin, sanded to a point and with button or resin features at the ends to stop your knitting slipping off the ends. At the time of launch, they were available in size 3 (6.5mm) and approximately 7 inches in length, with a view to expanding the range to wider, thinner and longer styles in the near future.

Each pair of needles comes in a gift box, and is perfect for giving to a loved one. Choice in needle and end colours, solid or glittery can be made on request, and can be turned around within 10 days. Each pair goes through 5 stages until completion are completely unique as they are entirely made by hand.

They are currently available to purchase on http://www.penny-dog.co.uk, and will be for sale at the Sock trade and consumer fair, Loughborough Town Hall on March 14th 2009.

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About PennyDog: Handmade resin and recycled jewellery by UK designer, Kerry Wilkinson. Specialising in custom orders and keepsake jewellery, and sold in venues within Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted February 16, 2009 at 11:39 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Once again Kerry, you’ve done it. There really is no stopping you. Fantastic idea and would make a great gift. A big well done.

  2. pressdr
    Posted February 17, 2009 at 5:09 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I have no idea how I ran accross this post, but those are beautiful and unique. I bet my grandmother would love them.

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