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Pearl The Yarn Destroyer, Part 2

This post is a continuation of a post that I did for Knit & Crochet Blog week. Click here to see the first part

When we last left our fearless knitter, we were all concerned about the fate of the yarn Pearl had destroyed. Would it survive the attack, and live out its dream of being knitted into a gorgeous accessory?

“ouch.”
“I’ve been watching a lot of Grey’s Anatomy, maybe I can try a simple surgery and fix it up.”
“still ouch.”
“Crap, that didn’t work. Looks like I’m going to have to call in a specialist – Doctor Winder!”
“Don’t worry, ma’am. This should be a simple fix – I’m happy to take care of it.”
“Oh dear, this looks worse than I thought. I’m going to need to remove the yarn’s guts and try to put it all back together.”
“All better! There were a few complications, but all should be fine in terms of recovery. There should be very minimal pilling, and no knots to speak of. All in a day’s work!”
“Oh, I’m so happy – thank you Doctor Winder!”
And the best news of all? Pearl The Yarn Destroyer is locked up, and will be for a long, long time.
(or will she?????)

disclaimer: no yarn was harmed in the making of this blog post
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4 thoughts on “Pearl The Yarn Destroyer, Part 2

  1. I wish that was all that my cat does to my yarn. He likes to end my projects prematurely. I think he overheard me once say how much I like to weave in ends. (I know I'm weird!)

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