I SOLD SOMETHING!   10 comments

I don’t even know what, but I am so excited!!

A is home this week, and came back from running errands to say the shop called, I sold some things, should they mail the check?  And did I have more hats? (So I assume the hats sold, but I don’t know if that is all or not.)

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT, I HAVE NO MORE OF THOSE HATS AND NO YARN TO MAKE MORE???????

I have a closet full of yarn, but none of it bulky. That hat is bulky yarn held double.  I wonder if that is the same as worsted held tripled?

I guess I will dig around tonight and come up with something – I can make some different hats out of worsted, and see what happens.  How lucky that I ordered two skeins of the soft wool/angora blend I discovered this fall, and they have already arrived.  So I can make a lovely little beanie with that and some worsted. The really nice part is that I can whip up a hat or two in an evening (OK a long evening) so I might have a few for A to drop off tomorrow.

I need to start looking at other shops which are open for more than a few weeks. Maybe I can put things in a few more places.

I can’t believe I sold something!!! In a  SHOP!!!

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Posted December 22, 2014 by salpal1 in how it came out, What I love

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10 responses to “I SOLD SOMETHING!

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  1. congratulations ^^

  2. You are awesome and… maybe this tells you something about a career change, slowly slowly…

  3. Congrats x

  4. Oh yay oh yay!!!! Congratulations!!!!

  5. Isn’t it exciting! I love it when someone likes something well enough to buy one of our items from a shop. You’re on a roll.

  6. What exciting news!

  7. Told you. Doesn’t it feel great?

    • Yes you did, and it does! It will spur me on to making more hats all year long and build an inventory for this time of year. I can’t wait until tomorrow when I get out early enough to stop by there and see what sold. 🙂

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