Thanks for popping in.
I know we’re supposed to be on holiday, and we are!
But today it’s back to crafting…
I have something very beautiful and very exciting to show you.
(If you actually hold one, and you consider the feat of engineering, you will understand why I call them beautiful).
I wanted to tell you about the new Super-fine grids.
This blog is for all those parchers out there who have been asking for the A4 grids.
We introduced the A4 bold grids,
And yesterday, Dave collected the Super fine ones from the guys who drill them for us.
What’s the difference?
Well, the number of holes in the plate.
Check out the difference:
The number of holes in the new super fine grids is astounding.
The Straight A4 Super Fine Grid has 33,971 individual holes.
The Diagonal A4 Super Fine Grid has 39,387 individual holes.
They are expensive to produce, and carry a considerable price tag, but some things just have to be done.
We decided to go for the large A4, and not worry about all the other sizes. We don’t think we will be able to offer them on TV, only because of the cost, but so many parchers have asked for them!
They wanted the transparent acrylic benefits of the Groovi grids plus the super fine grid for very delicate lacework,
so we decided to bite the bullet and get them made.
Here then is the A4 Super Fine Grid STRAIGHT
and the A4 Super Fine Grid DIAGONAL
There’s a special offer on both together:
If you are moving forward with your parching art and you are considering finer gridwork, then of course, the metal fine Pergamano grids are still available too,
at a lesser cost and in A5 size.
We ARE Pergamano, remember?
But in this case, and having spoken to many traditional parchers, Linda Williams, Tina Cox and Rosie Cottrell to name just three – I would say that the acrylic grids are the way forward and a superior product.
Back to the holiday!
Love & Hugs,