Mission Statement

Our mission is to warm those in need through knitting, crocheting, looming and quilting. Our NEW hand made items provide hope to those living outdoors and those in temporary shelters. We provide for Men, Women, and Children in Central Ohio all year long. Specific details available by clicking item specific tabs, or the Who we Help Tab. If you have further questions, please contact me via the contact form. ALL DONATIONS MUST INCLUDE A NOTE WITH AN EMAIL ADDRESS.



Goal: 36
Start: #16
Current: 17

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

New Helping Hands for Ohios Homeless

items for homelessThank you Sara R from Ohio! Sara is our newest pair of helping hands and a fellow Ohioan. Welcome to the group Sara. We're happy to have you join us and to help with the cause of warming the homeless. It's always exciting to get new pairs of helping hands busy making donations. The above hats and scarves are mostly knitted. I love the soft aqua blue set, nice basket weave design, and I love the blue variegated set. Awesome colors. The red, black and gray scarf is crocheted.

Many thanks Sara for joining us, hope to see you often here on Bridge and Beyond.

Scarves 171+3=174
Hats 274
Mittens (gloves) 66
Socks 68+6=74
Slippers 37
Ghans 29 (2 went to Pine Street Earlier)

Squares 214
Sweaters 5
Ponchos 16=27=43

**This is May 3rd, and I've neglected to indicate what our May focus is...where does the time go? Let's make Scarves our May focus. Knit scarves, crocheted scarves, and or loomed scarves. Scarves sized for Men, Women, and Children**

****AND, if you've not yet read about the May Comment Contest, please do. Through out the month of May your comments here can win you a fun filled shopping spree at JoAnn's. So, what are you waiting for? Read about it HERE. Get yourself signed up, once you do that....get busy and look around the blog and have fun commenting on each other's work!****
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!


  1. Beautiful work Sara R! Love, love, love the red, black & gray colors together! Way to start the month of May Scarves!!!

  2. Toyin Thank you for the nice comment you said to Sandy about my work,i like to crochet, its a nice hobby.Rosemarie.

  3. I like the pattern made by the blue variegated yarn! That's really cool.

  4. Thanks psm, James, and RoseMarie for your visits and comments.

  5. Very pretty. Love how the different yarns turn out.

  6. Welcome, Sara R.! Your donation is wonderful! Keep those needles clicking!

  7. Hi there -- is the plaid scarf done on a triangle loom? It looks like something I make. Pretty things, all! Sandie in FL

  8. You know I love to make scarves! Will jump in on this one soon as i can.

  9. Thanks all for the visits. Sandie in LA...I always love your scarves, Sandie in Florida please click name and url so you don't show up as anonymous when you leave a comment.

    I'm not familiar with a triangle loom, looks like maybe it was knitted on a round loom?

  10. Sandy, Thank you for putting my name in the Comment Contest. It is nice getting comment on our work thank you Rosemarie.

  11. Glad you join us RoseMarie, keep cruising around the blog and leave lots of comments. The more you leave the better your chance is to win the shopping spree.


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I'm trying to identify where everyone is from, partially for fun. Take a look at the map. Also, believe it will aid me in cases where we have several people with the same name. Please look at the lists of bloggers and non bloggers and see if I have the state you hail from. If not, please leave a comment and let me know.

Additionally, we've had help from Scotland, England, Germany Puerto Rico, Canada, and France! They don't appear on the map, but their help is still greatly appreciated.

Where The People Who Donate Come From, is your state represented?