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Sunday, June 14, 2015

The Wrong Color....really!

Do you relate to this?  LOL, not sure I do, in that I don't get angry, I'm more surprised and think..........how is that possible I don't have the right color?  Or I have the color, but it's the wrong type of yarn.  AND who doesn't like a good excuse to go yarn shopping?

Hope you got a chuckle and the next time you look through your yarn; maybe you'll think of this little comic.

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10 comments:

  1. CUTE CARTOON. this lady is apparently much more of a perfectionist then I am. I manage to find something in my yarn that I want and if not it is an excuse to go to the yarn store.Crocheting is relaxing for me and I dont ever let it make me angry:+)
    Wet swampy weather yesterday,supposed to be bright and sunny today. A storm last week broke my deck umbrella and I need to go and buy another today,now THAT made me angry:+) Have a good one. GOD BLESS THE HOMELESS. marj in minnesota

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    1. Agree with you, I don't do the anger thing and usually have what I need, but if not...hey yarn store, lol. Sorry about your umbrella, hope you find one you like.

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  2. Hey Sandy,
    Special thanks for visiting my blog. I love your mission for the homeless. I shall be sharing.

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    1. Thank you Abbie, appreciate the visit, the comment,and the share. Will get you added to my blog log to make visiting back and forth easier.

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  3. Not reached that stage- doubt I ever will as I am not really a knitter- hope that does not get me thrown off the board. I have just completed one leg warmer..one more to go and I have a pair...after a 20 year gap since I last did anything. I enjoy a local craft group where they knit or sew- feel a bit of a fraud though

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    1. Good for you Zannie, pulling out your crochet hook after 20 years, thrilled you're getting back into it.

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  4. Too funny and I have had this happen when I make cards so I often have to be creative in my creative world

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    1. Yep...I've done that too, if I don't have the color I thought, I get more creative to come up with a plan/pattern of how to use what have.

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  5. Cute! Yep, had to buy a bright red last year. I had a friend want a bright red seed stitch scarf. I only had a small ball of red yarn left from something else I had made, so I had to buy some red. I had many other colors at home, but not the red.

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    1. Thanks Sue, always appreciate your visits and comments.

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