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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Head shoulders knees and toes

crocheted items for homeless If you're as old as me you might remember the song, "Head Shoulders, knee's and toe, knee's and toes. Head shoulder knees and toes knees and toes, eyes and ears and mouth and nose....head shoulders knees and toes." That came to mind as I look at the thoughtful crocheted donation from our good friend RoseMarie. RoseMarie has covered, head, shoulders and toes. 5 hats, 4 scarves, and a darling pair of slippers. In addition, she's fashioned several cute headbands.

Remember folks all pictures on the blogs can be clicked on to see a larger version. When you need or want to see more detail, please click. I've started decreasing slightly the size of the picture showing on the blog as a means of reducing a bit how much space I'm using. Trying to stretch out the space given to us here on blogspot. Clicking above will show you the cute details of the little flowers RoseMarie has added to her crocheted hats, scarves, and slippers.

2011
Scarves 148+4=152
Hats 222+5=227
Mittens (gloves)56
Socks 56
Slippers 33+1=34
Ghans 12
Squares 188
Sweaters 5

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. YOU truly DO make a difference. THANK YOU!

3 comments:

  1. flowerlady, I also love the little touches she added to the slippers...can't you see a little girl being excited to put them on.

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  2. And at that age they are SO excited to get "pretty" things! If memory serves me, that size is about when "dress up" is a major event! I still remember a quilted satin Nehru robe I got when I was 3 and wore and wore until it was a short-sleeved jacket instead of a full-length robe. I would have LOVED those flower-topped slippers!

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