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Happily married for lots of years to great guy, mother of one wonderful daughter. I have lots of interests and wished I had more time to explore them all.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Scarfs, Hats, Mittens, Shirts...Help me Count!

knitted scarf

A beautiful scarf from Wren on Rav (Jenny) all the way from Scotland. I LOVE this pattern, she's used this one before and I have it on my to do list. Knitted, Scarf #82


A wonderful greenish-brownish matching hat and scarf from Mzundercover. (eboni)Scarf #83 and hat #166 (crocheted)
crocheted scarf

14 pair of socks, 6 pairs of mittens (for children, #36-37-38-39-40-41) all crocheted, 3 mens t-shirts (blue, brown, and grey), 2 scarfs (#84-85, one is crocheted the 2nd is fleece with a darling crocheted edge); 9 hats (all crocheted, but 1...the black and grey is knitted). Hats #167-168-169-170-171-172-173-174-175. Several hats are good childrens sizes and others are adult sizes.
socks
crocheted mittens

crocheted, knitted hats and mittens
t-shirts

Thank you, THANK YOU........you are all wonderful to keep supporting this worthy cause. I'm sorry it's taken me a while to get things photographed and posted, and appreciate your patience with my being behind due to the sad situation regarding Mom (if you'd like to read more about it, I've posted on my regular blog

Goals:
Hats 200-175 ONLY 25 hats to meet goal
Scarfs 100-85 ONLY 15 to meet goal
Mittens 100-41 Need 59 pairs to meet goal

I am THRILLED to see how many people we've been able to keep warm during these cold, wet, snowing, months in Central Ohio. We're having Spring...flowers are coming out with the sun during the day.........NIGHTS, still a different story. We're still having freezing temperatures at night; though are looking forward to that coming to an end. PLEASE keep knitting and crocheting. Anything not working for our men under the bridge will be used for those at the free clinic (women and children). AND....any items not needed at the clinic will be available for the next season. Fall can come fast and cold here in Ohio.

My sincere thanks, once again for so many kind and caring people!
Sandy

7 comments:

  1. I can't believe how many wonderful people there are out there. Yarn is a wonderful thing....

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  2. You are going gangbusters. I'll make the delivery tomorrow night so special thanks from me to everyone too.

    And...love your new design...It's awesome!

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  3. I just mailed out 7 more scarves for ya! Hugs! Beth in VA

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  4. WOW, WOW, and WOW, this is fabulous, inspiring and gives me a good feeling all over.

    Lisa

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  5. You've done a wonderful job of posting photos and keeping folks apprised of what is happening with this effort. It's amazing you can do all you do, especially so when life throws you unexpected curves.

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  6. You know I think it was helpful to be able to continue to help people while Mom was dying. It gave me something positive to do and think about. I couldn't help her, but I could still help others, Sandie

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