On a recent trip to a library in Pennsylvania, she saw that they were selling bookworm bookmarks as a fundraiser. Rena decided this was a way to help her purchase her bookcase. Then she decided that I would be the
I have a lot of yarn from various other projects, so I made a few in several colors.
Most are long enough to use in a hardback book.
Googly eyes make them look more wormlike and kind of cute!
I made a few short ones with no eyes for little kids so they can't choke on them. I didn't make too many of the little ones as a kid book is usually finished in one sitting, but if someone wants to buy one for their little one, who am I to argue?
I have a large, flat, heart-shaped basket made with patriotic fabric that I thought would nice for a display. A silly sign finished off my contribution.
If they sell, I will make more. This is an experiment to see if there is a market for hand crocheted bookmarks in the library. It is up to Rena to price them. The cost of the yarn and the googly eyes is negligible, but each one takes about 10 minutes to make, so I hope she gets a decent contribution for them.