Monday Morning Mirth
photo of Manos del Uruguay courtesy Theresa
Yarn – the stuff [filll in the blank] are made of…
powdered wigs are made of.
Kirsten Dunst in her Marie Antoinette garb does not even compare to this photo. Uh-uh.
This is the look baybee!
Hmm, love the new do! :)
What the Malabrigo is going on there? Oh, I finished my Ribby Shell this weekend. Pics are up on my blog! Glad your comments are fixed. I was at work, so couldn’t send you an email about it.
Yarn – the stuff brain-sucking octopi are made of…
A swift … A swift…
My kingdom for a swift …
I have a great anti-frizz hair serum that would fix that right up!
Bonne Marie Antoinette! You get to keep your lovely head.
Really bad wigs?
I hate to say it… but that picture really reminds me of Mrs. Keebler Elf.
So maybe, “Yarn – the stuff cookie fairies are made of.”?
My thrift-shopping friend once bought one of these for me for a dollar! It was in the toy basket at the local Goodwill labled as an octopus. It was the very end of the giant sweater thing and I made a VK pattern with leaves and vines. Unfortunately, although I’m one-project-at-a-time compulsive knitter, by the time I was ready to sew it up it was out of style. I know I need to frog it, but need to be inspired by another pattern to do so. Any ideas? My octopus is purple/blue.
Yarn: The stuff all your holiday gifts are made of.
hmmnnn…is this perchance Marie Antoinette — visiting Hilltop Yarn on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle? :)
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