Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Sometimes a girl needs a little cheese.



Every now and then, Etsy gets me. Today I decided to explore the world of stitch markers as research for possible projects for my stash of beads, and I came across this deliciousness. Fake cheese. For a girl who just "joined" Weight Watchers for the third or fourth time (this time it's for real), these cheese stitch markers were too delectable and Point free to resist. I can't wait for them to arrive!! I have made a deal with myself too, because there were some donut stitch markers that I also must have: When I've lost 3lbs, then I can get the donut stitch markers. And that's how you'll know when I get there.

To see what else the cheese maker has to offer, and I suggest you do, check out the Little Companions for Life shop.

(Also, check out the donuts, which kind would you get?)

6 comments:

Barbara, the MIL said...

Those are sooooooo cute and I LOVE cheese. However, the link comes up with an ERROR message, so I went to the home page instead. Now all I have to do is go through almost 700 yarns and dodads. Sigh.

The_Add_Knitter said...

Yes I feel your WW points pain, I rejoined again recently!

Are those stitch markers heavy?

amandarama said...

I don't understand how stitch markers work. However, as a cell phone charm, I would like a doughnut with white frosting and colorful sprinkles!

Michelle said...

YUM!!!! Cheese!! Yum!!! Doughnuts!! Yum!!! Chocolate Covered Strawberries!!! That is too cute...thanks for sharing!!

Rebecca said...

no way! oh sigh. i love cheese. and especially cheese i can't eat, since sometimes eating too much cheese results in weight gain. but... i have some donut stitch markers, but they're made by a different person than the one selling on etsy. AND, this is best of all, also got some slices of red velvet cake stitch markers from her, too. wow. i look at those and i don't get the urge so much to go into the kitchen and bake a red velvet cake and eat every morsel of it.

Gregorio said...

Good God those are cute. And I do love cheese. Maybe I SHOULD take up knitting after all...