I WOULD have had a picture to share with you. Seriously. However....when I checked the measurements of a child's head against the pattern I was using to make a hat I came to the realization that what I was doing simply wouldn't fit. So....
Meet my friend the frog.
He and I are better friends than I care to admit.
And...no I won't mention the fact that I
cast on 108 stitches and promptly managed to
trip over my yarn and pull half the stitches
off the needles....no....won't mention that
- The knitters among you might like to sign up for THIS knit-a-long.
- I found THIS article concerning pricing your handmade goods for sale to be quite interesting, however I must say that if I were to apply the principles to my landscapes I'd have to be asking at least three times as much as I do. Considering it's hard to make sales at the current price, I can't imagine raising my price would garner any sales whatsoever. Interesting to contemplate though! Now, having said that, if you happen to be contemplating purchasing one of my landscapes for a Christmas gift, or asking about a special commission, now might be the time. Don't wait until the Christmas rush happens and we run out of time! If you want to see what I currently have available check out the 'Landscapes For Sale' category in my sidebar. This is a direct link to the 'For Sale category....go HERE.
- There are a number of fun ideas HERE for recyling denim.
- I'm afraid I can't find the originator of THIS - but it certainly caught my eye! If you happen to know who made it, let me know so I can give proper credit.
- And just so I can never be accused of not being a full-service blog, you know you really wanted to know how to make THESE!
- And if you're making those, then you should make THESE to go along with.
- Have a peek through the wonderful works of THESE artists (click on 'gallery' and then scroll down)
- And THIS artist too!
Today the quote is from Stephanie Pearl-McPhee..."It is important for knitters to know two things about frogging: that cats are capable of this knitting action, and even seem to enjoy it and seek opportunities to do it; and that foul language is a normal, healthy accompaniment to frogging, whether it is you or the cat that accomplished the task"