AtoZ Challenge...Pink Pagoda and The Photo Bomber

I've always been a funky yarn collector, and that is how I classify the Trendsetter Yarn Pagoda.  Collecting it is one thing, but finding a use for it is another.  Finally, I did...find a use as a crochet trim on scarves made for 'Wear Your Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness' during the month of October.
Since I needed to make a bunch of scarves quickly, I set up my knitting machine and organized the Pagoda funky yarn along with the Supersoft Pink yarn.  It was a scarf knitting production line.  It was also a project to photo document for a program I was planning to give on the knitting machine.

I was so intent on keeping up with the number of scarves made and setting up the machine for each scarf I never noticed the 'Photo Bomber'...until now.  How I missed him in the first shot, I don't know, but he upped his bombing in the second shot with puppies....how did I not see that? 

Have you stopped laughing? 
I haven't, but guessed you might like to see one of the finished Pink Pagoda Scarves.
Oh, and the Photo Bomber
He finally got my attention!
Do I have your attention?
Please support Breast Cancer Awareness Month and
take care of yourself....schedule a mammogram.


  1. Pink is my second favourite colour - loved the scarf. Also loved the photo bomber and I didn't notice him until his second appearance with the puppies - had to go back and find his first shot :)

    Leanne | www.crestingthehill.com.au
    P for Practice makes Perfect

  2. I didn't notice the Photo Bomber at first - how Precious! Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

  3. I saw the photo bomber right away. Definitely a keeper who should bomb more photos. The scarf is so cute - I think I like that crazy Pagoda yarn.

  4. Adorable face! And scarves :)
    Stephanie Finnell
    @randallbychance from
    Katy Trail Creations

  5. Ahhh, PINK!!! Well done...

    Donna B. McNicol|Author and Traveler
    A to Z Flash Fiction Stories | A to Z of Goldendoodles


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