I SOLD SOMETHING!

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!!!

10 thoughts on “I SOLD SOMETHING!”

    1. Thanks!!! Can you tell I am flying high? trying to decide if I should bug out of work early and head to the yarn shop ten miles in the wrong direction….

    1. 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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