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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, January 9, 2011

Vacation Ghan for Homeless

My darling daughter started this ghan over her Thanksgiving break when she came to visit for a few days, and picked it up again when she returned for Christmas. Thus my naming it, vacation ghan. She crocheted it in stripes using a variety of stitches. The variegated stripes are v-stitch, and the vertical stripes are a combination of double crochet (green), and shells with front post double crochet (cream, burgundy, and dusty rose).
ghan in progressWanted to show you her progress. Once she got the variegated stripes done she got the idea for the shells and began crocheting the vertical portion.
vacation ghan beginningShe made wonderful headway before she had to head back to St. Louis. I'll be finishing it up for her by joining the sections and completing the last section of shells, and doing something about a border.
ghan in progressWhat a wonderful way to spend one's vacation, making something for someone else. This ghan will go to Faith Mission.

Thank you darling daughter. Wish you could have stayed longer. Thank you for your thoughtful donation and giving your time.

2011
Scarves 16
Hats 20
Mittens 0
Socks 0
Slippers 3
Ghans
0
Squares
41

Remember we have 2 programs this month, the end of Give a Square and the very special Rainbow Project.

Please remember all donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated, and all donations keep someone warm. We help, one stitch at a time. It truly DOES make a difference. THANK YOU!

7 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous way to make an afghan! I love the colors too! You guys make a great team!!!

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  2. Thanks Linda, we did have fun with it and wish we could spend more time working on things together. I'll pass along your nice compliment to her.

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  3. I really love the colors of this afghan and the edging is great too! Joy D'Avanzo

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  4. I will officially become Anonymous because I don't know how else to submit this message! I am computer challenged. Sandy taught me once, but I forget and just threw away the instructions. With much chagrin, Joy D.

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  5. Thanks Joy for your comments, I'll pass along the nice compliment to my DD, Christine when I talk to her next. To leave a message you click name and url and just leave the url portion blank. That way your name is more noticeable.
    Thanks
    Sandy

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  6. Like mother, like daughter. Such talent with both the crocheting and the designing. And so nice that you two work together so well.

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  7. I loved our time together doing this Sandie, just wish it were more often.

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