Sunday, May 21, 2006
Ordering from Elmore-Pisgah
So, I call E & P up on the phone. The woman who answered was really sweet, but we had some communication difficulties, seeing as she was definitely far south of the M-D line and I'm from the far West end of the country. Still, she was incredibly polite and nice to talk to.
If you order six cones or more, the price goes down to 6.64...so, of course, I did.
I neglected to think about the shipping ramifications for six pounds of yarn, which ended up making this not quite the steal it seemed. E&P won't tell you the shipping cost on the phone; you don't know exactly how much it is costing your credit card until the box arrives. When mine did, a few days later, I found that I'd paid about two dollars shipping per pound of yarn. Still, not a bad price for the amount of yarn and just the right colors you wanted, but I would hesitate to order from them unless you live close to Nawth Caruhlina, or at least east of the Mississippi.
One of my cones was not the color I had ordered (I chalked this up to the communication difficulties previously menitoned) but it's a color I'll use anyway and I was too lazy to send it back. One of the ombres was also way, way more garish than the photo on the website indicated...but they say the stuff fades, so hopefully they will be useable without sunglasses soon.
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