Clover has come out with 2 new Yo-Yo shapes that you can create.
You can now create butterflies and clovers with these new tools.
Now, if you want my opinion, and I KNOW you do, the clover doesn’t look anything like a clover and the butterfly can be made using a regular round yo-yo maker of your choice. I do not plan to carry them, but if you all want them, I may change my mind. Any opinions?
In addition, Indygo Junction has unveiled a new pattern: Yo-Yo Monkey! I have placed my order and hope to have this cute little guy added to our inventory of other yo-yo animals and pin cushions very soon! Look for other new Indygo Junction additions to be unveiled in next month’s Jillions of Buttons Newsletter.
While at Market, I saw several designers use yo-yo’s in some really lovely ways. I want to give credit to the designers, but my paperwork is being brought home by my friend, Sandy, and I do not have it yet. Please realize that these designs are the work of others and should be treated as such. I am also planning to carry a few of her purse patterns, so you will know who she is very soon!
This bag was made using the extra-small Yo-Yo maker. The colors were lovely!
Try using all kinds of fabrics for creating your yo-yo’s and don’t forget to check out Amy Barickman’s Yo-Yo Fashions book for lots of hints, tips and great ideas for using yo-yo’s!