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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 15, 2011

Help comes in all Sizes

cotton washcloth donationA bakers dozen, yep 13 cotton washcloths in all different sizes knitted and donated by Kathy G, a fellow Ohioan. Kathy and I became acquainted through the beauty of Facebook. What's fun, she's lives in the town where I grew up. I lived there until 4th grade and then the family moved. We've been able to get together and have lunch which was fun...a face to face meet up. We've tried to plan another get together. Haven't made it yet; but we will.

Thank you Kathy for your thoughtful donation. Appreciate your on going support! Hope to see you soon.

2011 Donations:

Scarves 227
Mittens (gloves) 117
Socks 80
Slippers 62
Ghans 29 (2 went to Pine Street Earlier)

Squares 280
Sweaters 5
Ponchos 58
Cotton Washcloths 201+13=214

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 comment:

  1. Love the soft, soft colors of your cloths, Kathy. There are going to be some folks who feel VERY SPECIAL using these! Keep your needles flying!


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