So after using the clippers that I needed, it broke. And not just "I think I can fix it" broke, the metal snapped. So I wrote to PAK, and let them know they might have a problem if other ones break. Their co-owner, Nicol, answered me right away and we had a very fun email conversation. She not only sent me one clippers, she sent me two and a bag full of other goodies to restock my PAK when I needed too. How cool is that? That is AMAZING Customer Service, and I encourage anyone looking for a fun gift for someone (or for yourself) to check out the PAK store!
|My bag of Goodies from Nicol at PAK|
I also fixed my sock with the big whole in the bottom. I couldn't find the leftover sock yarn for this pattern, so I used some blue Patons Kroy. You can't tell too much, and no one should look at my heel. Unfortunately, no sooner had I fixed it, that evening the OTHER heel went out. I need to figure out what yarn this is (If anyone has a clue, please let me know) so I never use it again. I've never had heel/toe problems with any other yarn.
My Evergreen Sleeves Tunic is coming along. This is through the ribbing:
Oh yeah, and Emily had a birthday party/Halloween party yesterday. It was pretty amusing to walk in and see children crying hysterically. They had a haunted house at the party, and let's just say, maybe it wasn't the most "child friendly" one. My daughter was the smart one--she didn't go down there!
|My Little Witch|