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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Clowning Around

As you can see, I have not been wasting my time since my last project, although it wouldn't be beside the truth to say that I have been clowning around.

All the yarn in my goody-bag was the inspiration for this colorful bank and even though I had a vision of what the finished product would look like, it came out better then I had thought and expected.

This little fellow has no destination yet. Well, he is not that little. He stands 10 inches tall, has a waste-line of 14 inches, and a total width of 10 inches from hand to hand.

The slot is covered by the hat. The hat is attached on one side to prevent loosing it, but it lifts up and is adorned with a flower. You will also find the option there to open up and empty the bank.

Simply widen the opening gently, pull it down and you can either pop open the lid or unscrew it entirely. After taking out the contents, pull the drawstrings together until only the slot is visible.

Tuck the strings under the hair, cover the opening with the hat, and he is ready to go again.

I am selling it on eBay for $14.99 and it comes with free shipping in the US. If you are interested, do a search for 'hand-made colorful clown bank' and it should pop right up!

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