A Pile of Possibilities

I had the funniest thing happen last night. Thankfully, I sold my little tiger early in the day and I was so grateful for the sell. I went to print out the postage only to find that my printer was out of toner. “Damn!” I haven’t had to buy toner in nearly two years, after all, the only thing I ever print out is postage. Well, hell, I thought. I better go knit up another critter to make the money for more toner (which you all know is ridiculously priced), which I thankfully only ever have to buy every two years.

So, I went to work. Five hours later, the body parts of my little bear are all done….I began to stuff only to run out of polyfil half way through. “Double damn!”

Not the sort to throw my hands up, give up, admit defeat and walk away, I decided to make two or three bears to orders to raise the funds for supplies. You want a certain color? I can almost guarantee that I have it. And you like bunnies, or tigers instead? I’ll knit one of those! I’ll even knit up a lion. Just send me an email and we’ll work something out.

I could certainly use the work, so dive into my pile of possibilities and find a skein you like. I’ll only be able to knit up two or three for the time being, so they’ll all be done first come first serve. My book of patterns is also on sale for $2. Who knows? if enough people grab a copy, making we can plan on doing a live sit along sometime soon. So, click here!

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3 comments

    1. Oh, absolutely it would! I purchased two! I’d post a pic of my 4 month old grandchild holding onto one of them by the tusks, but I don’t know how to post pics here, not sure parents would want me to…but Gregory got one! Love, love, LOVE!

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