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Written on March 7, 2011

It’s been a bit dark here and at our webshop lately.  And there’s a reason why.
My web administrator and I are moving servers and redesigning the webshop while I am in Japan for the next two weeks, so the webshop www.srithreads.com will be closed during this time.

When I’m back on 29 March, we’ll have (fingers crossed) the first, test phase of a new shop with more fluid functionality and hopefully a bit more ease of check out.

Most likely the webshop will have to go through an additional stint of kink-removing and maybe a little design tweaking thereafter, but the hope is for something a bit better than what I have now–so please bear with me!

In the meantime, I’ll be regularly updating this blog with some new postings about old threads, and, with luck, I may also do a bit of posting while I am on the road in Japan.

And what, you may ask, is this strange image today?

It’s this backlit.

A big, layered, patched and threadbare futon cover, that I always admire at night, for its lush, dark translucency.   It has almost a Jekyll and Hyde personality split: beautifully blue and rustic in daylight, and brooding, looming and shadowy at night.

I think it’s beautiful at night and during the day.  Equally so.

So stay tuned to the blog for new postings–and thank you for your patience while the new webshop is in redesign.

I’ll be back from Japan with plenty of new inventory, and I look forward to offering it to you at www.srithreads.com in April.

And I’ll post something new here in the next day or so–please stop by soon!

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  1. Comment by Claudia Fisk:

    Thank you so much for the notice of what’s happening. It sounds good and thank you for posting items at such a busy time! Best wishes for your trip to Japan.

    March 9, 2011 @ 1:31 am

  2. Comment by India Flint:

    i always enjoy your informative pages and delightful images..hoping one day you might publish a book
    safe travels and happy trails

    March 9, 2011 @ 5:21 am

  3. Comment by velma Bolyard:

    i second india, yes!!! to a book.

    March 10, 2011 @ 4:05 pm