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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.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Thanks to a fellow Ohioan, Patty

crocheted scarves
Fun blue and white, and white and blue. I always find it interesting how different mixing up the combination of color's can be. Three blue and white scarves, but all are different. Thanks to Patty (craftyymom from RAV), a fellow Ohioan who crocheted these cute scarves. I've added these 3 scarves to the bag going to the clinic. Perfect size I think for a young teen. Bet some of you know these colors. All of us who knitted and crocheted for The Special Olympics last year, who searched high and low for the special colors, dealt blue....these should look familiar. I love the blue, so pretty and bright.

Thanks bunches Patty.

Donations Total since December 02-08 when the blog was started:
Hats 278 + 2 = 280
Mittens 53 pairs + 1 = 54 pairs
Scarves 126 + 3 = 129

**next up hats from Doris, please check back


  1. Oh yes, the Delft Blue, a gorgeous shade. I thought of Special Olympics immediately when I saw the photos. Enjoying this walk through memory lane - though I'm sure I should be doing something else. LOLOLOL

  2. I had such trouble finding this yarn color, but loved it. Very pretty color. Didn't feel that way with the color the next time round. Doing something else, surely you jest, lol


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