01 March 2012

Dear Yarn: What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

On my little day-trip, I visited the local yarn shop.
Now, I've been determined not to built a yarn stash to
equal my fabric supply--but I found a 40% off bin
and started thinking about Christmas gifts.
"It is important to have goals," 
I said to that selection of yarn. 
And thus began the interview process. 
Look who made the cut:

Now, I will admit that this sock yarn wasn't
 among the 40% off applicants:

But, oh, he was a bold one! 
He overheard the interview and yelled out
 his intentions boisterously across the aisle! 
Such confidence could not be ignored.
He and a co-worker got the job as well.
I have high expectations for these two.


Sherry said...

Great finds! How could you NOT buy them with all the yelling and begging going on LOL! Cute post!
Can't wait to see what you make :)
Sherry's Bees Nest

Katy Cameron said...

Lol, have fun!

annemarie said...

Love your sense of humor - I would find that yarn hard to resist also!

Peppermint Mocha Mama said...

When they tell you what they want to be, you just can't ignore them - I know I can't... plus it's nice to see that someone else talks to the yarn to find out if it will be a beautiful relationship or an exercise in patience and restraint.

I can't wait to watch them grow up - oh, and don't deny your stash... it's a good thing.

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