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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Donating Crocheted Cotton Washcloths


 Pretty, and bright, and cheery.  Look at this neat collection of cotton washcloths from our long time supporter, Sandie P from Louisiana.  Lots of variety in colors, sizes, and styles.  If I had to pick a favorite it might be a toss up between the pink and blue and or the yellow and green.  Remember you can always click on the picture to enlarge so you can see details better.  Interesting stitches, Sandie.  Care to tell us how you did that?  AND, look at the little blue one on the far right bottom.  I put it there, sorta by it'self so you all could see it.  It's double.  Wondering if there's a name for this pod like design?
 Here it is where tugged a bit at the 2 sides so you could see what I mean.  I bet that would make a great scrubby for the tub and or doing dishes.

Thank you Sandie, come again....soon.

**Got a challenge for you all, do you know a quilter?  Please invite a quilter from your personal life, from your blog mates, from facebook, Ravelry, Crochetville etc. to come join us and use their quilting skills to make a quilt for project Welcome Home, and or quilted scarves.**


2013 Donation Totals 
Hats:  63
Scarves: 50
Socks: 30
Afghans: 2 
Slippers: 11
Rain Ponchos: 2 
Cotton Washcloths: 14+12=26
Shawls, Sweaters, Vests, Poncho's: 4
Misc. Items: include personal care, headbands, handwarmers etc aren't tabulated


All donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated. The Power of One is awesome, and when we work together The Power of One becomes The Power of Many.

13 comments:

  1. Such a bright cheery collection Sandie! Your cloths look great and would put a smile on anyone using them! My favorite is the green blue variegated. Keep your hook flying!

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  2. Pretty pretty spring colors. will be lovely in someones home i am sure. I like the cute little round blue one. Reminds me of my Grandma. Good Job Sandy!

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  3. Very nice donation Sandie! I love them all, but the yellow & white is my favorite.

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  4. The washcloths look so sweet! I'd love to know how to do the pink and blue one, it's my favorite.

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  5. Thank you, all! Such sweet comments. Information on links should be in the Picasa album here https://picasaweb.google.com/113945877579101194902/MoreDonatedYarn For some I didn't follow a pattern. I always put details at my blog as well. These are from the January 4 post.

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  6. I don't see any details Sandie, only pictures, when I clicked on the picture I thought it would be a link to the info, but it's not, the picture just gets larger.

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  7. I didn't try the web album, just clicked on her name and it took me to her blog, all the info is there on the blog, you just gotta scroll down til you get to the post about whichever dishcloth you're interested in :-) hth

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  8. I've not had time to comment on all your recent posts but must congratulate all concerned on the deluge of beautifully made donations. Glad to see that there is still love and goodness in this world of ours.

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  9. Thanks Tristi for the follow up on Sandie's post, was going to that later. Appreciate the help.

    Thanks Paulineknit love your comment.

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  10. Wash cloths...what a great idea. It's so cold here tonight...I know you are thinking about that too!

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  11. Yes it is cold, and it's now snowing for the 5th time today.....argh...

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  12. Sandy, there should be a comment below the picture in the album with pattern details.

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