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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Yummy Donations from Yvonne

Day 2 of Jack Otis Memorial Month

socks and knitting for homelessThank you Yvonne in North Dakota for your thoughtful donation. Fabulous warms socks (6) for our men..........perfect for our Jack Otis Memorial Month! A fabulous and stylish and warm scarf and hat...both are knitted, I think. Would love to have your scarf pattern Yvonne if you can share it. Love the detail in it. Remember folks you can always click to see the picture better, to enlarge it and see the details of some of the fabulous work people do. Personal care items are always needed, the 5 deodorants for the men folks will be well received.

Many thanks Yvonne for your on going support of our cause, it's greatly appreciated by so many.

2011 Donations:


Scarves
358+1=359
Hats 737+1=738
Mittens 143
Socks 147+6=153
Squares 516
Rain Ponchos 84
Cotton Washcloths 324
Sweaters/Poncho's 7
Slippers 90
Afghans 40 (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, head bands or yarn etc.

**Do you think it's possible for us to reach 500 scarves this calendar year? That popped into my head as I was updating our numbers. How fabulous that would be. Scarves for men, women, and children (not the wee ones...school age and up).**

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!

5 comments:

  1. AWESOME donation, Yvonne! Love the scarf! The pattern looks great! The hat looks nice and cozy too and really like the colors you chose. Keep those needles flying! You do great work!

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  2. Thanks for the kind comments. The scarf pattern is from an old Country Woman magazine, I believe. Cast on 32 stitches and knit however many rows you like.(I think I did 20). Then knit 4 rows of K2,P2. Then knit 20 more rows and then 4 rows of K2,P2. Continue with the pattern until you have the length you want. You can add fringe if you would like. Hope that's understandable.

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing your pattern, Yvonne!

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  4. Thanks, I like the scarf too. And black socks! I wondered if grey or black would be better than white. I usually get grey or grey bottomed socks.

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  5. Yvonne, I've been away for a few days so haven't commented sooner, but love your donation. It's so cold here, I can attest to the need for warm socks - great addition to your skillful handiwork.

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