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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Unknown Person in Seattle Washington

knitted mittens, hat, gator, scarf
Wayyyyyyyyyy behind posting updates and pictures and adjusting our numbers folks. I keep trying.


Some wonderfully nice soul from Seattle Washington sent 4 pair of socks, a blue vest/neck warmer combo garmet (which I really really like and think is something I'll put on my list of things to make), pair of brown mittens, an adorable pink hat for some lucky little girl, a beautiful brown and blue hat, and a blue and burgundy scarf
I don't know if the person just forgot to put their name in, or if they wanted to be nameless. Always makes me uncomfortable not to be able to thank someone. Even if they don't want their name here, I would love to send email letting them know their package arrived and is appreciated. So..........if anyone knows who this person is, please sing out. Items are knitted, so we're in search of a knitter from the state of Washington.


Barbara.......hugs for sending the flannel shirts along with your hat, what a wonderful donation. Thanks so much for caring and helping us with this project. So sorry it took me so long to get this posted.
knitted hat, flannel shirts
knitted hat

Numbers!
Scarf #81
Mittens #35
Hats #163-164-165

Thank you all for helping to warm these folks so in need.



***I'm please to report who our mystery knitter is, Thanks Dyanne (bowcolors on RAV) for the email. And thanks for the wonderful donations.

3 comments:

  1. Cool article! More people need to read that! You should put it on Wacanai.com(http://www.wacanai.com/intro). People post all sorts of articles and instructions on how to make cool stuff. You can link your website to it too. When people search for similar stuff on Wacanai your article will pop up. This should drive a lot more traffic to your article. You can even track how much more traffic you are getting because they have a bunch of graphs and stuff that show how many people are reading your article and how many people are using your info.

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  2. I didn't see an "article" about how to make anything in this post but some lovely items.

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  3. Yeah Sandie, right you are...there is no article. I think they meant blog post/article. I didn't follow the link as I recall, wondered if it was spamy.

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