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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

New Helping Hands from The Bay State


Say hello to our newest pair of helping hands, Rose M, from the state of Massachusetts; The Bay State. We're thrilled to have you join us Rose. Thank you for your thoughtful donation of hats (17), slippers (38) and mittens (1). I'm particularly thrilled to get that number of slippers from. Awesome. All the folks, men, women, and children use those at the various Family Shelters.

Look at the great variety of sizes and colors Rose made. Special thanks too Rose for pairing up and joining your slippers.......such a nice time saver for me. Can you tell us what pattern you used? I think maybe you used more then one, but it appears one was pretty prevalent. Our folks are always intersted to know what pattern people use...particularly for slippers and mittens.


2012 Donations:

Hats:
455+17=472
Scarves: 252
Slippers: 83+38=121
Shawls: 2
Sweaters 3
Vest 1
Afghans: 24
Mittens: 256+1=257
Squares: 345
Socks: 116
Rain Poncho's 198
Cotton Washcloths 369
Misc Items are not counted individually (such as personal care items, headbands, gators, yarn, wrist warmers/fingerless gloves, facemasks, neck warmers, t-shirts, soap, deodorant, shampoo, toothbrushes etc).

**Have you all read about the contest, have you taken advantage of all 3 opportunities to get your name in the hat....gotta get in it to win the give away. What are you waiting for. Annoucement and details found on July 1st post.**

***Reminders of Do's and Don Do...some might be new to you, PLEASE read***

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!

4 comments:

  1. Welcome Rose M! What a wonderful donation. Love all the slippers that you made. You will be keeping lots of people warm this winter.

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  2. Wow. That's a lot of slippers. How great. I'd be interested in the pattern too.

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  3. Thank you ! I used Teresa Richardson's "adult slippers" pattern and tutorial on You tube. I tweeked it a little and made them a little higher around the ankle. Enjoy!

    Rose

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  4. Thanks Rose for the follow up on the pattern. When I looked at your note in the email thought I saw a link, but it apparently didn't come through in your comment. Shoot, think I deleted email knowing it would be here, will see if I can find it to add to the blog post and slipper tab.

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