But I think these are awesome.
Just kidding – I’m not wild about them but I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt.
Wow, you are way more open minded than I am. Maybe they look better in person?
They remind me of crafts I made at summer camp which I inevitably threw away as soon as I returned home.
I could see them working in the right environment though. Maybe.
Not mocking, but…
No. Just no.
That is the weirdest mold problem I have ever seen.
Like them if you want to but $100!!! For a yarn Pom-Pom? Go to the craft store and surely you can make the same thing for $15. Or less.
Exactly! And they’re only 4 inches big.
I just keep thinking that someone mounted Tribbles to the wall.
You know, I’m a knitter, and these look like something I made aged 10. To be fair, I’d have to see them in context to really judge, but on first impressions …
I do like the pops of turquoise and orange…
They remind me of my old latch-hook kits, none of which I ever finished.
OK, yes, MUST mock you on this one! Absolutely looks like a 3rd grade crafts project – gone wrong!
They do have a certain je ne sais quoi. But I would hesitate to pay $100 for something I’m pretty sure my mom would make me for free. In any case, you would have to spend $400 for the full impact, no?
Love love love them! Thanks for making my day.
They smack of these crazy 70′s “rya” wall hangings and pillows that my Mom made; they even have that requisite shade of rusty orange.
Hmmm, no. These are what my hippie mom made in the early 70′s. dust catchers too.
I won’t mock you, but I have an observation. I think that they’d double as couture cat toys.