Thursday, May 17, 2007

Super-buzzy, you're the one!

You make crafting lots of fun!
Super-buzzy, I'm awfully fond of you.
Boo boo pee doo.

(If you weren't singing all of that to the tune of Sesame Street's Rubber Duckie song, I highly recommend going back and doing that now. And, if you're interested, clicking on the song link will take you to a delightful mp3 file of the original song. But I digress.)

My most recent set of purchases from Superbuzzy arrived today! The package consists primarily of items that will be birthday gifts. Having just looked at all them closely, I can tell you that the giftees have many fits of glee to look forward to as a result of the outstanding cuteness and glory of these gifts.

I shall provide you with a link for one item in the package. This might minimize the grief I'll get from a one Nora of Black Dog Knits for my withholding ways. But it might not.

However! Do not click on the "this is the one thing in the package" link below if both of the following are true: you and I know each other and your birthday is May 18th. Also, do not read the comments if you are that person. Don't. If you are not that person (which should be the overwhelming majority of you), feel free to do as you like.

This is the one thing in the package that is still available. The other items I bought are sold out, so there are no links to them anymore, but I promise I'll show you pictures laters. And you will cry. And be mad at me. And maybe take up a hobby you never intended to take up. But, that's the way life is, people. Don't look at me.

Edited to add: Sorry. That one thing is gone now, too. Hang in there. Photos soon.

In the meantime, the longer the Chevron scarf grows, the harder it is to photograph. Let's see... how about long-ways?




I'll have to get more creative and/or look around the world wide web and get back to you with a better photo. By the way, I'm not even half-way done with this scarf. Slow and steady may win the race, but who'll be interested when I finally cross the finish line? Boring. Harumph.

1 comment:

Nora said...

Well, it WOULD have minimised the grief had the link actually worked!!

Y'know, I'm all for arousing the curiosity of one's readers, but this is too much - at least I post a photo of the colour thread I'm using!

How's that for grief, Dr? ;)