Sunday, July 2, 2017

If You Look At "Pink" Long Enough, It Just Looks Ridiculous

While the prevailing color scheme right now is red, white, and blue, we are going with pink today.  Namely, the pink of this week's yarn prize.

This is from Mrs. Crosby, and, once again, was donated by Camille.  💗  Along with the yarn are stitch markers, travel-size toiletries, butterfly magnets, and a sweater stone.  You'll have a chance to win all of it by answering this question by midnight Friday.

Which "pink" idiom do you like best?
Pink slip
In the pink
Tickled pink
Pink collar
Pink elephants

10 comments:

  1. Well, let's see, I hate Pink slip and Pink collar, Pink elephants is so Mad Men, so either 'in the pink' or 'tickled pink'. I'll go with Tickled Pink.

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  2. Tickled pink...it reminds me of my late grandma.

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  3. Yeah, tickle pink is my fave too. It's a happy expression.

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  4. I say Tickled Pink!!! Too! Fun skeins. You give great prizes.

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  5. pink elephants. because, elephants.

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  6. Heh. Pink was one of my mother's favorite colors; hence, I abhor it, although I can tolerate a dusty rose shade.

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  7. Tickled Punk (no pink slips please).

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  8. Tickled pink, most certainly.

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  9. i would have to go with tickled pink too!!!

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  10. i would have to go with tickled pink too!!!

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Qs

"Q" as in "curly-q," as one of this week's prizes is this  pattern book.  There are some beautiful wraps here....