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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.

Friday, July 2, 2010

A Rainbow of Scarves

fleece scarves for homelessDARLING! Look at these adorable fleece kid friendly scarves Chris sent. A cowboy print, a horse print and fun polka dots. These will naturally go to young children at the free clinic and I know will be a big hit. And kitties too!
crocheted scarves for homelessThis truly is a rainbow of scarves. Look at all the fabulous colors. Chris and a friend of her's at work sent this fabulous box of 17 crocheted scarves, 5 fleece scarves, and a cute hat-scarf-glove set. WOW! Chris doesn't have a blog for you all to visit, but you might remember she's a friend of our Dear Beth--you know crochetprincess. This is a perfect example of our reaching out. Chris found us through Beth and Chris has also spread the word by getting help from a co-worker. Thanks to all who knit, to all who crochet, to all who sew fleece, to all who blog about us, and to all who talk about the need we're able to get more helping hands. More helping hands means we're able to help more folks, to provide warmth to more cold homeless and those in need.

HUGS to you ALL! Keep up the good work.

**Chris if you read this, what's your friends name? The scarves you both sent are beautifully made. Thank your friend too please.
2010
Scarves 147+23=170
Hats 204+1=205
Mittens 18 pairs+1=19
Socks 53 pairs + 6 = 59
Squares for Pine Street

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

1 comment:

  1. Looks like Christmas came early here. I love the scarf that looks like fall on the far left. Very nice colors.

    Am enjoying looking around here at the wonderful items so many people have made and sent to you. Very inspiring.

    Lisa

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