…how could I live without this?
an altoid on a plinth?
Soap? A foggy crystal ball?
A Tylenol? I know I can’t live without it :)
curiouser and curiouser…
Looks like a needle felting hat form to me.
Cheese, a big wheel of cheese, cause everyone loves cheese just ask the dairy counsel. :)
Is it a lamp of some sort? can you eat it???? ;o)
The bottom part of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man!
Looks like a cake dummy to me. I use those when I want to do a cake design without using real cake.
How? Very easily, I imagine.
The bottom one looks like a foam neck brace that’s been cut in half.
As for the top, is it a glow-in-the-dark bowling ball?
I’m glad I’m not the only one who has no idea WTF?
Tell us, please, is it something sure to revolutionize our knitting lives?
I’m holding my breath here….
I definitely see giant marshmallows! “Cored” and stuffed with caramel and graham cracker bits and topped with chocolate, it would be a tasty, tasty treat!
But I think you could live without it.
Whatever it is, could it be used for blocking a felted hat?
Is it a ginormous yarn cake that has been Photoshop’d to disguise it?
Perhaps a foam pillow form? For one of those cute pillbox toss pillows?
Otherwise, I 2nd (or 3rd) the others with a big ol’ WTF?
Did they start making Magic Erasers in the round? Or maybe a Buf Puf? I’m going with something cleaning related…
Well, um, I’m sure if you tell us what it is…we can tell you how you have lived without it thus far.
I admit now that the first time I saw it I thought it was a wheel of cheese.
Yes, I’ve been in France too long! :-)
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