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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Idaho oophs No Colorado! Donation

unknown from Idaho knittingThis donation of 3 small scarves, and 6 small hats for the younger set came awhile back. I've been searching trying to identify the Idaho knitter with no success through old emails, Ravelry, and Facebook. Believe the sizing will work for preschool age children so this thoughtful donation will go with the next delivery to The Homeless Families Foundation, or one of the free clinics we supply with donations of warm items.

Though I do have a last name on the envelope these were mailed in, often people don't use their real names as part of their email ady, so I'm at a loss to easily find who this knitter is. With our on line personalities we often use nick names on forums that don't match emails, that don't match our real names, so please folks remember to include a note letting me know who you are with your donations.

2011 Donations:

Scarves 300+3=303
Hats 605+6=611
Mitts 136
Socks 124
Squares 454
Rain Ponchos 80
Cotton Washcloths 309
Sweaters/Poncho's 7
Slippers 86
Afghans 33 (2 sent to our friends at Pine Street)
Misc Items I've not counted misc items like all the personal care items, the neck warmers, and the head bands.

Please remember to leave tails when changing yarn/colors etc of several inches and work those ends in, DO NOT TIE A KNOT A CUT IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE KNOT.

**Would the unknown knitter in Seattle Washington who from this POST, Please make contact so I know who you are for record keeping** Happy to say this one mystery has been solved. It's not Idaho, but Colorado and it's Nola who's on our list. Thanks for solving the mystery!

MITTENS........Mittens will be October's focus, and we never get enough of those. I know they're not the easiest things to make. We do have a few patterns posted folks. As you think about making mittens and or reviewing patterns...think about adding length to the cuff; helps make them warmer. Thanks!

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!

7 comments:

  1. Those hats are adorable. They look soooooo soft. Great job to whom ever you are!!!

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  2. Very cute donation whoever it's from!

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  3. Are baby items the cutest thing evuh or what? Adorable.

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  4. This aren't baby items, would say probably kindergarten size?

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  5. These items are so pretty! The colors are great!

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  6. Hi Sandy,
    So very sorry I forgot to enclose a note letting you know who sent this donation. (I won't forget next time)
    Anyway, they came from me (Nola from Colorado) and I love where you're sending them.
    Thanks for all you do!

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  7. Nola, I am now even more confused, the return address was Idaho, could you please send me an email and or leave your's by not leaving an anonymous comment. Click name and url and leave your name, leave the url part blank but add your email to your comment. Thanks

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Do NOT leave url to your Google+ page or Blogspot profile page, please use name and url of your actual blog or hyperlink to your actual blog. Unable to return comments otherwise.

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