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Monday, September 8, 2014

Knancy Knitington


Until recently the 'queen' of knitting in Lickety-Split conducted classes in a room at the local library.  Sadly they were evicted due to their 'somewhat' loud laughter and frequent giggles which seemed to bother some of the library patrons (probably men, if you know what I mean).


 Knancy has found an empty store front and is now able to set up her very own knit shop.  She is thrilled to be able to conduct classes in her most enthusiastic manner and at last she has room to store the huge stash of yarn that she's gathered over the years.



As a side benefit poor, patient Mr. Knitington now has a place to park both the car and the lawnmower - something he's quite happy about.  We are all very envious of Knancy's new found teaching/storage space but I suspect her stash will go down considerably as we ladies browse through the shop.

"SABLE - A common knitting acronym that stands for 'Stash Acquisition Beyond Life Expectancy." - Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

7 comments:

  1. Knancy is a delight and her story make me giggle.

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  2. Cute, Cute, Cute. I am envious of her new found space. But let me tell you. I have a hunch MR Knitington may NOT be as happy about his reclaimed space as you might thinK! I heard that he is a little unhappy that his lawn mower is more accessible so no more excuses about not mowing more often ~lol~
    xx, Carol

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  3. She's gorgeous and I wish her luck in the new shop!!

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  4. Sign me up Knancy! With such enthusiasm, you might even be able to teach ME how to knit! By the way, your hair is smashing :)

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  5. If only we all had such spaces - lucky Knancy!

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  6. Oh my Penny, you are not only an incredible artisan, you are also an "artiste" of the highest order. Plus, it doesn't stop there folks, Penny is an author. Whether she has actually written or not, her stories are ones to behold. This doll (and her life in Lickety Split) is exquisite!

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  7. she is SO charming! I agree with Barbara that your dolls and their stories would make a great book!

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