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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Cotton WashCloths Always Need at Family Shelters

Thank you Linda J for these crocheted cotton washcloths.  These are always a bit hit at all the family shelters we deliver our donations to.  Nice variety in size and designs.  People use them as washcloths, and as dishcloths.  They're used when people first come into the shelters and need so much, and they're used in moving out packages to aid them setting up housekeeping when they transition from shelter to permanent housing.

Please keep up the good work, Linda.


2013 Donation Totals:
Hats:  269
Scarves: 226
Socks:114+6=120
Afghans: 8
Slippers: 100+7=107
Rain Ponchos:2
Mittens: 20
Cotton Wash Clothes: 152
Shawls, Sweaters, Vests, Poncho's: 4
Misc. Items: include personal care, headbands, handwarmers, cowls/gators and all meal prep related items, etc aren't tabulated

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11 comments:

  1. marj in minnesotaMarch 26, 2013 at 7:44 AM

    GOOD JOB LINDA. Much needed items and can be used in so many different ways. I have said before how much I love these washclothes and dish clothes. Thank you.

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  2. Nice job Linda! Beautiful donation.

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  3. I really like the yellow ones with the circle in the center. I am trying to teach myself to crochet since I think it will go faster than knitting, but I just can't get the hang of it!

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  4. Thank you Marj, Wendy, and Brista for the visits and nice supportive comments. You're sweet to help this way. Brista, have you tried looking for a u-tube video...sometimes seeing it, vs just reading about it can be helpful.

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  5. marj in minnesotaMarch 26, 2013 at 9:42 AM

    I signed up for a beginner crochet class with my sister who knits. She wants to learn crochet and since i was self taught i thought i might relearn the right way. Alot of schools give classes that are helpful. also Micheals and Joannes craft stores. I am like you. need to see it rather then read it. Good luck, Brista

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  6. Thank you Linda for your terrific donation of wash/dish cloths. Such a small item and yet it is so needed! I happen to really like the variegated one. Keep your hook flying!

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  7. Great donation Linda. They are so pretty.

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  8. Lovely, Linda. I am sure these will be be much appreciated.

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  9. I love these dishcloths. Nic eto be able to do something small when i want to take a break from an afghan.

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  10. Thanks Linda for your help. Nice washclothes that will help alot of individuals.

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  11. I love these wash clothes....I make mine and use to wash dishes. But so many other uses...for them.

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