Saturday, 6 December 2014

Day Six :: Cats

As well as spending most of yesterday up to my elbows in icing sugar, I did a bit of last minute stitching for the Christmas Market. There had been grand plans for a new range of tea cosies, some new apron designs, not to mention lots of new cushions but somehow I just ran out of time (can't imagine why) So in a bit of last minute desperation a fleecy blanket was converted into half a dozen squishy cats.
 
 
The Christmas market was this morning. Most of the mini Christmas cakes sold which was good, a couple of other bits and bobs sold which was also good... but not a single blimmin' cat sold which was rubbish! Any ideas what I might do with half a dozen demented looking pink cats?

12 comments:

  1. Awww and they do look adorable.

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  2. Save them for St. Valentines Day?

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  3. They are adorable. Glad you sold a lot of your items. :)

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  4. Awe poor kitties, they're absolutely gorgeous too!
    V x

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  5. Love the cats, could you donate to a children's hospital or shelter? Some child would love them.

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  6. I know a whippet who'd like one...

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  7. That happened to me with my crocheted snowflakes at the school Christmas fair. I'm with Penny. Children's ward at a local hospital or hospice. Kids will be delighted.

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  8. What a shame - they are so cute. Next year's Christmas Fair perhaps, or Etsy?

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  9. how frustrating Gina - obviously not a very discerning clientele lol. Etsy?

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  10. It is such a shame that the cats didn't sell. What about one for your Mum and one each for your sons and then one left for your husband! xx

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  11. You could send them to the controversial Russian, all-girl band - Pussy Riot?

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  12. I can't understand why they didn't sell. Some people just have no taste.

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