April is Daffodils time

I hope you’ll forgive me to interrupt Janice’s interesting posts about testing and designing for this little personal message…

April is a special month to me. Last year, April brought sorrow. And one of the things that was striking me then was that all daffodils were in bloom. For those of you who are not familiar with the UK in spring, you must imagine blankets of daffodils in bloom on every grassy spot. Everywhere. Everywhere you look, you can see bright and delicate golden shades of daffodils.

And now, it is daffodils time again, and I can’t believe we are approaching the first birthday of my little star.

Petit Prince and Little Star - ©Aurelie Colas

Petit Prince and Little Star – ©Aurelie Colas

Last September, I released a sock design in his memory: Petit Prince and Little Star. This month, I would like to bring attention to these one-of-a-kind fraternal socks.

With coupon code daffodil2014, get 50% off until end of April 2014 (end of day GMT). More important: £1.00 will be donated to SANDS charity (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) for every sale of this pattern, in memory of my little star. Click here, and the coupon code will be added automatically.

I would love to be able to make a significant donation to SANDS thanks to all of you.

Thank you for all your support, past and present. It means a lot to me. Thank you so much.

Love,
Aurelie / spinnygonzalez

PS: For more information about SANDS, and in particular SANDS Aberdeen, their website can be found here.

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4 Responses to April is Daffodils time

  1. Gillian says:

    I will gladly knit these beautiful socks this month in honour of your Little Star. Sending you hugs from across the pond.xx
    P.S. I miss seeing daffodils. Here we have beautiful azaleas but not many daffodils..

    • spinnygonzalez says:

      Aww thank you Gillian. Yes, azaleas are pretty, but I can understand why you would miss these little fields of daffodils everywhere. And year after year, they grow more numerous.
      xx

  2. Tricia says:

    Aurelie, how can I make a donation for your little star, as the pattern has already been in my library some time.

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