When Dear One and I were at Michaels on a day when I was in need of some size 10 1/2 bamboo needles, I came across a sale bin of yarn. I simply CANNOT resist looking at sale bins of yarn, even though I have no need of even one more centimeter of yarn. On this day there were three skeins of some odd-looking, but ever so soft pompom sort of yarn.
Since they were on a VERY GOOD sale, I did not resist the urge to purchase them. Since a little granddaughter is coming to visit I thought these would make a nice scarf for her. Well, three nice scarves, SO the granddaughter who is coming to visit and her sister who is staying home, and the local granddaughter will receive these soft pouffy-looking scarves soon. I will have to think of some other scarves to make for the remaining granddaughters, I think!
Here they are:
I hope they appeal to the recipients!
Two of the balls had plain white bands of paper wrapped around them in the sale bin. The ball band which actually came with the other skein of yarn was tossed before I thought of writing this post so I do not really know the yarn brand.
UPDATE: It turns out that the yarn was Red Heart Pomp-a-Doodle but it seems to have been discontinued...which would explain the sale bin yarn!