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Sock Monkey Errata

By Twistie

via Sock Monkey Fun

The other day, I asked you to tell me about your most frustrating crafts projects. The fabulous and elegant Zelma told us of her woes creating a sock monkey with erroneous instructions, and thus the band Sock Monkey Errata was born.

Everyone here is welcome to join the lineup, playing whatever instruments they please. I, of course, will use my honking huge voice to be the lead singer, because I write the blog and I get to do that. So there. I will also bake delicious post-gig pies and cakes.

But we need musicians, luthiers, roadies, and sock monkey providers, people. Who’s in the band and what are you doing for us lately?

And if you need some inspiration, go check out Sock Monkey Fun with its many excellent photos of sock monkeys in the wild. If nothing else, you’ll get a giggle or three out of it.









5 Responses to “Sock Monkey Errata”




  1. Miss B Says:

    I’m totally playing triangle and zills! LOL!




  2. Twistie Says:

    Triangle and zills would be awesome, Miss B! I love it.




  3. Sarah F Says:

    I can sing back-up. Normally, I’m a soloist, but harmony will be fun! I can probably beat bongos in time, too!




  4. dinazad Says:

    I’d do background bellydancing and double as coffee lady!




  5. Zelma Says:

    LOL! That’s too funny! Thank you – you made my day.













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