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Our mission is to warm those in need through knitting, crocheting, looming and quilting. Our NEW hand made items provide hope to those living outdoors and those in temporary shelters. We provide for Men, Women, and Children in Central Ohio all year long. Specific details available by clicking item specific tabs, or the Who we Help Tab. If you have further questions, please contact me via the contact form. ALL DONATIONS MUST INCLUDE A NOTE WITH AN EMAIL ADDRESS.



Goal: 36
Start: #19
Current: 20

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Trying to get current with pictures....

crocheted scarf A picture I missed yesterday, ruffle scarf by Scarlet. This is that nice soft homespun yarn.

crocheted poncho A grey shawl, perhaps the coming home pattern. I'll save that for another delivery, as it might be more suited to a wee warmer weather, or perhaps one of the needy ladies at the clinic. Another one of Scarlet's creations.
crocheted neck gators these are cute little neck collars, will hold these should we get children and or someone at need there at the clinic. Think I might need to get this pattern from Scarlet, can't you see this as a way to jazz up a boring blouse? That is if I ever get around to making anything for myself. lol
crocheted and knitted scarves 2 scarfs from Molly, holding in the in case we get kids group. The multi color scarf is a keyhole design. I've never made one of those. Looks like it would surely stay in place, a definate need for a child.
knitted wrists warmers Hand/wrists warmers another Molly creation.

Can you believe how talented and giving our team is!!!

Hoping to get a few other pics posted later today, soooooooo please do check back.


  1. Oh, I could totally do some wrist warmers, too! It's been so crazy around here, I haven't started on anything. But I have bought the yarn. :]

  2. I love those neck warmers. I could use one myself. My neck is always cold....

  3. All of the items are wonderful. There will be a home for everything. You'll see.
    I mailed out a box to you today Sandy. It should be there in a couple of days.

  4. Those are neck warmers and can be used like a scarf to keep the neck warm. Not just for decoration. All the work that is coming in is so nice. I think it would be nice if we knew how the items are being received by the recipients and if anyone wants more. Also, I will be mailing a package tomorrow.

  5. Absolutely beautiful! Wow, you guys are good at this! I have my hook flying, too! I have one scarf done and working on a second, then will put in the mail! Happy New Year to all!

  6. These neck warmers are so pretty. I've made one but have never been good with sewing on the buttons. I like the hats that have flowers sewn on too. Such a nice added bit.


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