One-Liner Wednesday


Right? There’s never enough time, or money. I ended up buying a poncho for $25 after calculating the amount of yarn to make the one I wanted would cost over $50 and it would take me 5000 hours to finish. Of course, I would have to learn to knit all the fancy stitches…

Before I worked full-time I did scrapbooks, and they did indeed suck up every hour of the day. It wasn’t just about putting them together, but also I became obsessed with taking new photos for more pages, finding adorable papers and stickers, and coming up with creative themes. I have one book that’s an A-Z poem, forex.

It’s a good thing I gravitated to blogging…


Written for Linda’s One-Liner Wednesday

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10 responses to “One-Liner Wednesday

  1. Crafting takes a lot of time and effort not to mention the expense. But blogging is mostly free!😻👏

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  2. It was suggested that I took up crocheting blankets as a cottage industry, until I pointed out that each square used half a ball of wool, took me two hours to make and there were at least 100 squares in each single blanket. Who was likely to pay over £200 for a blanket which would cover the cost of the wool but not my time, even if it was handmade.

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  3. This is so right. I used to like to sew my own clothes, but now patterns and material cost so much, it’s just easier to buy ready made ones at the store.
    Then again, if the craft is something you really enjoy, you’ll find the time to do it. 🙂

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