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Friday, January 1, 2010

Scarves of Many Colors


When I laid these 10 crocheted scarves out to get a picture I thought of The Coat of Many Colors, so this posts is The Scarves of Many Colors. Two in each navy, pink, tan, and lavendar and 1 lighter blue and orange scarf. Thank you Karen V for your thoughtful donation. These scarves will be so appreciated.

I wanted to share with you something else I'm excited about. Karen tells me in her note that this donation is a result of others coming together. I've often posted about the many ways to help and this is a perfect example of just that. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Internation, Kappa Nu Chapter. The members in her chapter were looking for a service project and she told them about our cause. They donated money and or yarn so that Karen could crochet more scarves for our cause. Karen might be the only one in the group who crochets, but they too have help--giving her more ability to help us.

Thank you Karen
Thank you Beta Sigma Phi
and Thank you Kappa Nu Chapter in Louisiana

2010
Scarves 10

2008-2009
Hats 368
Mittens 66
Scarves 147
Socks 79 pair
*counts from day 1, Dec 2 2008

5 comments:

  1. That is a wonderful group project!

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  2. Great scarves. I have the attention span of a gnat and every time I go and start one, I never get far. I put it down and start something else and never get back to it. I'll stick to hats. lol

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  3. Sorority girls sometimes don't credit for the good work they do, this is very nice. Look at all the color

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  4. HI! NIce pics and good cause, I hope to be able to help you out a bit later on in the month, with hats, and or scarves, alas, I have only made one flippin pair of mittens, no two, in my entire crochet career, lol and although functional i guess, i wasn't that happy with them, lol unless you know of an EASY mitten pattern, I would be happy to attempt them again, for donation to your cause of course, Thanks for reading my comment, I;m in the Ville too, under this name, katyallen8090...:)

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  5. So nice to see people coming together. Even if they couldn't crochet themselves to donate money for yarn for Karen to make them - excellent. The layout would make a great afghan!

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