I ran into Micheal's to get some cupcake liners for tomorrow and look what I found.
Bins and bins of gorgeous cotton. There must be more than dishcloths for this pretty stuff, right?
I need to do some homework because I want to buy it all. I'm in a dangerous place, project wise.
Look at this. Scrubby Cotton. Have you ever?
Not cotton but I couldn't resist a photo of this pretty stuff. It seems the cheapo yarn folks are really getting their stuff together. It's about time they started taking us seriously.
I almost fell over when I saw the $1.99 price tag. I pay almost double that here.ReplyDelete
As for that scrubbie yarn...I haven't used in personally, but the ladies in my knit group said it is REALLY hard on your hands.
I had two of those Caron Cakes in my basket last week but I put them back. Not sure what to do with them as the color changes are fairly long and abrupt. No easing into the change, just whammo! A new color. Some of the colors were wonderful though. And I really need to try some of that scrubbie yarn. I don't have enough time to do everything I want to..ReplyDelete
Pretty, pretty, pretty. I've never seen such a variety of colors for that yarn. Good thing I wasn't with you!ReplyDelete
I love the fact that the cupcake liners are in the same aisle as the yarn so you could get what you needed and peruse the yarn, too! lolReplyDelete
I like the grand selections! Who can resist...
You're lucky to have the Premier Home cotton in your JoAnns there. I have to order it from Amazon and it's more expensive there. Like WAY more expensive! I love that stuff for my dish cloths.ReplyDelete
Look at all that inspiration!ReplyDelete
Looks like your Michaels has more yarn choices than ours does. How much followed you home? Happy Easter!ReplyDelete
Fortunately, I live quite a ways from a Michael's because that is really good-looking yarn!ReplyDelete
Ooooh Dream City! Fabulous colors and options! Did you get any?ReplyDelete