If you could buy happiness from a Morton Williams grocery store, this is what it would look like!
I so rarely make multiples of one toy design, so it was fun to knit up a bunch of the Baldees for sale at Schmancy. (Took me a long time to do it, though!)
It was also a lot of fun designing the tags to attach to each of the Baldees.
The reverse side shows the Baldee’s name and lists his or her attributes.
Sarah: sweet, caring, balding
Peter: smart, loving, balding
Carlos: artistic, daring, balding
Jason: rowdy, sharing, balding
Richmond: funny, giving, balding
I kind of miss having so many of these guys around! (I did keep five as samples, of course.)
14 thoughts on “Bag of Happiness”
I love them! But I especially like the tag you made, so simple yet so effective:)
so many little chrome domes! ;)
I love Baldee’s!!!
I need to know what you wrote on the tags. They look like my co-workers.
Yes! Tell us the tags! (please) :)
I never knew I could fall for so much baldness… each one is a hunk!
Thanks so much for the nice (and funny) comments!
I just edited the post to add their personality descriptions—they’re in the order that they appear in the photo under them.
I love that they’re all different from one another, but despite their differences, they have something in common: They’re balding!
OMG there are sooo cute! I can understand you didn’t want to give them away for sale because you spend so much time on them. Nice work!
I think I need to knit them. I do! So excited :)
Sorry for the double post- what suze eyes are those? I usually embroider my eyes, so plastic ones are new and fun for me. :D
Glad you like them, Seastar198! I used 9 mm eyes for these guys. I find myself using that size of safety eyes for a lot of my toys recently.
If there’s anything cuter than one adorable knitted toy, it’s a whole bundle of them!
That IS a bag of wonderfulness! How cuuute are those little guys (and gal)
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