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Old 09-26-2011, 08:29 AM   #1
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Would anyone be interested in YYMH for this style of soaker?

I'm thinking of offering YYMH slots for this soaker pattern, just wondering if anyone would be interested. I LOVE LOVE LOVE how they work up for a newborn, with teeny tiny leg openings to hug those little chicken legs.


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Re: Would anyone be interested in YYMH for this style of soaker?

Guess not, lol.
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Old 09-26-2011, 02:29 PM   #3
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Re: Would anyone be interested in YYMH for this style of soaker?

I hardly ever check this section...and I can't see the pic until I get home from work
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Old 09-26-2011, 03:34 PM   #4
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Would you be able to see it if I attached it straight into the post, rather than used a Photobucket link?
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Old 09-27-2011, 04:36 AM   #5
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Re: Would anyone be interested in YYMH for this style of soaker?

Yeah, work filters PB; I did just look. I think they're adorable & you're right; great for nb chicken legs. I'm not due a nb, but I definitely think that people would try them for the right price...unfortunately, with crochet, that price seems to be pretty low , but I think that if you can offer them up cheap, especially w/ yarns that are inexpensive & soft (PW), that you could get bunches of people looking to try wool or who already like wool but need something that fits a nb well. Heck, I crochet & if the prices were good enough I could see myself buying instead of working it up myself.
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Old 09-28-2011, 10:04 PM   #6
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Yeah, work filters PB; I did just look. I think they're adorable & you're right; great for nb chicken legs. I'm not due a nb, but I definitely think that people would try them for the right price...unfortunately, with crochet, that price seems to be pretty low , but I think that if you can offer them up cheap, especially w/ yarns that are inexpensive & soft (PW), that you could get bunches of people looking to try wool or who already like wool but need something that fits a nb well. Heck, I crochet & if the prices were good enough I could see myself buying instead of working it up myself.
I agree. They're cute but there are a lot of similar things out there so you will have to work magic with the price.
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