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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

New Helping Hands, Afghans for Faith Mission

Easter Log Cabin AfghanDoesn't this afghan look like a big Easter Egg! Lovely Spring Colors. This log cabin style afghan was crocheted by Joanie B in Ohio. Joanie is our newest pair of helping hands. Welcome Joanie, we're thrilled to have you join us and hope to see you around The Bridge often. Joanie is a friend of our friend Cindy whom I know you'll remember when I say Cindy and Rebeccah...the mother daughter team! Thank You Joanie for joining us, and Thank You Cindy for spreading the word and recruiting another pair of helping hands.
crocheted log cabin afghanAnother awesome afghan from our newest friend Joanie. Again many thanks! These ghans will be well received by those in need at Faith Mission.

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***Yesterday the announcement regarding our month long celebration of our milestone of 400 posts was posted. Along with the details of the blog comment contest you don't want to miss! PLEASE scroll back to read all about it.***

2011
Scarves 171
Hats 274
Mittens (gloves) 66
Socks 68
Slippers 37
Ghans 27+2=29 (2 went to Pine Street Earlier)
Squares 214
Sweaters 5
Ponchos 16

**If anyone is trying to post a comment and been unable to, please email me at sandycrochet@gmail.com. Over the last 2 days 2 people have indicated they had trouble. One of those has since been able to, so assume it was a weird thing. The 2nd one, well; not sure. Just don't someone not to be able to join in on the fun for the upcoming comment contest. Have had various people checking/testing this with a variety of computers, computer systems, and browsers and they report all is fine.**

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!

17 comments:

  1. These ghans are lovely!! They remind me of how comforting a ghan was when I was sick, or sad or just learning to stand on my big-girl feet. They look like they would be so warm and soothing, like a cup of hot tea on a rainy day. They remind me of why I learned to crochet - one should never underestimate the importance of something beautiful, made with love to help get us through rough times.

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  2. so nicely said psmflowerlady, couldn't agree more with ya

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  3. testing comments in 2nd browser

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  4. Crocheted log cabins are cool!

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  5. Yet another lovely ghan. You are not only keeping bodies warm, but keeping smiles on faces that are terribly in need of a smile!

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  6. Sandy from hubby's computerApril 27, 2011 at 3:12 PM

    Thannks Foxeni and Sandie for the visit and the comments, appreciate it. Another testing of the comment area from a different computer.

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  7. Those are really pretty. I wish I had that kind of talent.

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  8. Beautiful work! Not having a problem getting in here Sandy.

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  9. Thanks Bunny for the visit, and for the comment checking things out for me, both are appreciated.

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  10. The afghans are lovely! Looks like a great way to use up leftover yarn. I think the comment malfunction must have gone somewhere else. It seems to be working okay now.

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  11. The Harvest Hill for the nice comment. Appreciate too everyone checking out the comment section. I have one person still that says she's unable to comment; but I'm out of ideas as to why. Thus far she is the only person who's indicated they can't leave comments. Must be at her end,though I'd like to help her with the issue. She'd like to participate in the upcoming contest I think. I had her clear her cache which several people suggested, and reboot. I had her try and leave a comment on one of my other blogs, she did so successfully on Sandy's Space. As you know settings cross the board when you have multiple blogs, so if she can leave a comment there...why would she not be able to here?

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  12. These are lovely! I have yet to do a log cabin, but it's in my ever-growing list of patterns! Very nice work, Joanie B.!

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  13. Color, color and more color! What a beautiful way to brighten someone's day and warm them up all at the same time! Great work!

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  14. Thanks Sally, appreciate the visit and comment. Right you are about the lovely work!

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  15. These are so cool. I'm going to have to try one of these sometime.

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  16. Thanks Yvonne, I thought they were too

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