5KCBWDAY3: I think my yarn is hunting me

Day three of Knitting & Crochet Blog Week already! Phew. Today’s photography prompt was a bit more effort-intensive, and I actually had to move from my couch, so points for that right?

My finished projects hate me, I know they do. The resentment is palpable whenever they’re thrown aside to get to something else in my wardrobe. But I thought at least my yarn loved me, until today.

This morning I narrowly avoided a nasty fall.

I see you, pink yarn!

I see you, pink yarn!

Then a group of acrylics were observed whispering suspiciously with Victor the fuggler.

Never trust a fuggler

Never trust a fuggler

And now what I thought was a sweet and innocent ball of alpaca silk is doing something untoward around my feet.

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14 Responses

  1. Plumbum says:

    Plenty of points for getting up off the couch, yes. That pink yarn is very naughty!

    Extra points for housekeeping, BTW. I could never take a photo like that in my house. Well, I know that we don’t have stairs, but if we did – they would never be that pristine! I stand in awe.

  2. Ellen says:

    OMG THE WOOL IS COMING FROM INSIDE THE HOUSE

  3. Pirate says:

    Looks like your acrylics are forming a gang… look out! 🙂

  4. Karen says:

    Oh no! They’re going to get us all…

  5. Sarah says:

    Keep the projects away from the yarn, if they team up they could take over the world!

  6. Hannah says:

    Yay, googly eyes are my favourite!

  7. BeccaBadger says:

    I hope you don’t have too big a stash else I think you may be in trouble…

  8. Winnie says:

    The quiet whispers and gazes are just the beginning!!

    Great post. Loved the eyes. :))

  9. Faith says:

    I should not read blogs while knitting. My wip is starting to look a little shifty.

  10. Luna says:

    Oh no, not a rebellion! It’s best to stamp those out before they really take hold. I tell my stash nightly bedtime stories about the “Bitter Knitter” who comes and takes away misbehaving skeins and felts them (or melts them depending on fiber content).

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