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Waiting For Their Wings...
Not so perfect children who are perfectly loveable!
Mystery of the Missing Knitting Needle
Once upon a time there was a little girl who lived to knit and loved to purl! Her knitting stoop was her most comfy nitch. Although somewhat forgetful, she never lost a stitch!
However, keeping track of her knitting needles was another Story... ... let me tell you about Dillie Bean McRory!
Shewas an agreeable child whose best friend wasa bitDottie. Dilliekept so busy knitting scarves for her friend she had no time to be naughty. Therhythm of her needles click clicking along made her veryhappy and was herfavorite song! But when Dillie left her knittingto have lunch, something went terriblywrong... when she came back one of her needles was gone! She looked high and she looked low, where did that knitting needle go?! Even in her sleep, Dilliedreamt of knitting by thelight of the stars, purling through the night making Dottiecolorful scarves. Just before bed, Dillie useda chop stickto begin the scarfanew. But when she woke up the next morning, that was gone too! She looked high and she looked low, just where did that chop stick go?! On her birthday, Granma brought Dillie a shiney new set... to her stoop she quicklywent - she would finish Dottie's scarf yet! With eager hands, the yarn she chose was a lovelybright red, "Dottie's scarf will get done for sure this time!" she said. After a long while, she left momentarily for ice cream and cake, and stuck the new needles in her braids for safety's sake. But upon returning she reached for the pair, and found only one needle alltangled upin her hair. She looked high and she looked low, now where did that dang knitting needle go?! CPa Please stay tuned for Part 2... ...my next sale... where you will meet Dottie and discover the Mystery of the Missing Knitting Needles. ming Part Two Included in this sale Dillie Bean She measures 7.5 inch scale Dillie's face, arms, legs and her delicate hands are sculpted from a Cernit Fimo mix. Features are painted, powdered, then sealed. Her brownhair is of fine silk! Clothes are permanently sewn onto her little body. Her torso is flexible because of a durable coil and wire backbone that allows her to bend and twist. 10 points articulation,which includes ball joints and silicone cable. Dillie canpose on herButton Stand with the help of magnets in her back and in the soles of her feet. A magnet in her bottom helps her sit securely on her woodenspool Knitting Stoop. I wove Dillie's Yarn Basket around a free-style wire frame with water-soaked cottonwood strips. Strips pulled from a piece of bark my sonfound on the bay while cutting firewood with his dad. The tinyYarn Balls were carefully wound and tiedby my younger son. My daughter, the real-life Dillie, knitted the scarves on small sewing needles! (She also has a very difficult time keeping track of her own knitting needles) ! All Dillie's accesories fit comfortably ona sweet vintage hand-painted Metal Tray for display. ... Thank you formeeting Dillie Bean, and for taking the time to read her Story! ^o^ Rose Join the Mailing List Enter your name and email address below:Name:
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