Last week I spent a few days in Madrid on a business copywriting workshop. I was in need of it. I love to write, I love to smash the letters on the keyboard as I furiously type but the overwhelm of the past few months, of a huge expansion of the business and launching the very popular subscription box, The Classics Society,
my head was in bits.
Sunshine and sangria were needed and the combination did not disappoint.
So when the designer Surfing Ducks got in touch with me recently to say "Hey Countess, I've designed these socks using your yarn, whatcha think?" I knew instantly that I wanted to endorse these.
They are bright. They are subversive. They are a little bit cheeky. They scream to my inner rebellion.
So before I went to Madrid, I had all my social media and newsletters scheduled ready and as I'm sat there eating the freshest of salads in a restaurant (UK salads never taste this good), I knew that I needed to rewrite this newsletter.
It needs pizazz! It needs fanfare! It needs a "WILL YOU LOOK AT HOW BLOODY AMAZING THESE SOCKS ARE! HOW EXCELLENT WILL THESE LOOK ON YOUR FEET!"
So I'm telling you now, just now riotous you'd feel with a pair of these in your shoes whilst dressed in your formal work clothes. You'll know that Day of the Dead skull is there and only people who are aware of the magic of this #hiddenheels
cult will know too.
It can be our secret.I want to BUY YOU THIS PATTERN. Seriously.
I will personally login to my Ravelry account and manually buy each and every copy. I don't care how long it takes, I just want to get this Day of The Dead Socks patterns
your hands. Or feet, they would probably look better on feet.