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Blown Away!!

(first off, double checked my weight this morning and was 89.5kg on the regular scales, so the others must have been right, yay!)...

Now, Leah and Kate were so generous as to offer to sell some of my hats on their new WAHM shop which opened last night as part of ozebaby.com.au (online mall for WAHMs)... They listed five of my hats, and three have sold already - within 24 hours of the launch! I'm rapt, of course, but really just so surprised that they've sold so fast! I suppose because I know so many people who knit, it surprises me that people would pay for someone else to knit something so relatively simple, LOL...

I'm, nonetheless, thrilled to bits!!!

Here are some of the hats I've knitted over the past couple of months - three of which are now sold!!!


Comments

Bin Mitch's Mum said…
Good on you, they are very cool :) And hey, for every person than can knit, there's someone like me who has no talent or interest whatsoever :) Come on, I refuse to believe I'm the only one!!
Katy said…
I would be very surprised if they weren't bought, they are so gorgeous.
craftychic said…
They look great all together like that! Congrats on your sucessful first night of selling!

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