It’s that time! Time for a little extra KICK in your Loopy Academy project schedule. I know many of you are working away on your projects for the semester, but many of you are also done and ready for a new thing. So for those who would like an extra project (and an extra little gift in your Freshman or Sophomore Year finishing bonus), here are the details:
Loopy Extra Credit Spring 2016:
Knitters: Use any one of the following exclusive yarn lines or colorways in a project that uses 200 yards or more. Loopy Seasonings Series, Loopy Legends, Loopy Hues, Loopy Cakes, Loopy’s Paintbox, Loopy Solid Series, Loopy Celebrations, Camp Loopy 2015, and Loopy’s Blue Moon Monthly Exclusives.
– yarn or fabric must be purchased any time between March 31st and the end of May when the project is due.
– photo of the completed project must be uploaded to the Extra Credit Photo Gallery on our website by May 31st at midnight (Mountain Time).
Q: I don’t have time to do the extra credit this semester. Can I do it later?
A: No worries. This is just a fun little extra and there is no pressure to complete it. We’ll offer other extra credit projects at different times in the future, and maybe one of those will fit into your schedule a little better.
Q: What if I’m just now doing first semester projects and won’t complete the second semester until the fall?
A: If you do the extra credit project during this semester, we’ll send you the extra credit gift along with your Freshman/Sophomore Year Gift after you complete your Freshman/Sophomore Year in the fall (or whenever you complete it).
Q: Is this the extra credit challenge for Freshman Year or Sophomore Year?
A: We offer one extra credit challenge each spring. If you complete it, it will go towards whichever year you are working on. (If you’re working on two semesters at the same time, we’ll apply it to one of them.)
Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew
P.S. Sadly, there is no Mama Owl in the nest this year! (Remember her from years past? 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012) So this is a picture of one of the babies from a previous year. I hope we’ll have a Mama Owl in the nest next year.