Whew! That was a great time!
We love, LOVE, L-O-V-E our Kickstarter supporters and are SO grateful for the support we've received here! Thanks to YOU, it only took 6 hours and 28 minutes for us to meet our funding goal. And now, one week into our campaign we are 150% funded – with 25 days to go! How can we ever thank you?
We have a few ideas… How about adding Sassy Bow in a new color: Susan, our founder and designer, is working with our sock mill TODAY to see a new colorway of this design. Black with a pink bow – now that sounds like something from your lingerie drawer ; ) Lower International Shipping Prices: Um, who knew how crazy expensive it would be to ship outside of the U.S.? (Obviously not us!) We’re working hard to find the best international shipping partner for Lily Trotters, and to negotiate the lowest prices for our international followers. We’ll keep you posted – and get you your Lily Trotters as soon as possible.
Kickstarter friends, we’re seriously grateful for your support and encouragement. Please help us keep the Kickstarter momentum going by posting our link - http://kck.st/1TA34xy - on your own social media accounts. It’ll be fall before you know it…and you’ll be rocking your socks!
Susan Costa-Walston and the Lily Trotters team
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