Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Is Yarn Buying Considered an Emergency?

Is it? You see, I have $20 emergency money and I don't know if I should use it at AC Moore for some cotton yarn that's ninety-nine cents a ball. The sale ends tomorrow. You also know, I won't just buy the cotton yarn cause I have two 40% off coupons too. It's a serious addiction.

Elena has camp this morning and I will run to Target to return shorts I bought Mike that the zipper fell apart after I washed them, no receipt, no tags-Target sucks for returns. Hopefully that will keep me busy enough to not spend any money today.

I frogged the socks. I finished one, but knew I didn't have enough yarn for the second, so ribbit! Anyone have any easy sock or slipper pattern in crochet that uses 3 ounces of sock yarn?

Yes, Marvie I took the plunge, small hooks, teensy ass hooks, thread-I even ordered a filet crochet book from the library. I like small hooks, but I have to make the cushiony handles with Model Magic to use them or they annoy my hand. Needless to say, I have to get to claying.

Elizabethhad a hilarious post today, that is if dog shit doesn't bother you.

I gotta run, Elena needs to be gently woken up for her craft thingy today or she is a bear-seriously.

6 comments:

Sara said...

H*&% yes yarn buying is an emergency!!!!!

Vera said...

Sara is right! Yarn buyin is essential!

Good luck with the samll hooks and filet crochet!

Vera said...

Sara is right! Yarn buyin is essential!

Good luck with the samll hooks and filet crochet!

Cindy said...

OF COURSE it is an emergency!

Sedie said...

Yes! By all means!

Jewels said...

Uhm, YES, of course yarn buying is an emergency!! Silly you, didn't Elena raise you better than to ask us that question, LOL

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