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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Donating Crocheted Cotton Wash Cloths


Thank you Marjorie M for this thoughtful donation of 23 crocheted cotton wash cloths, misc kitchen and personal care items.  Everything is so very much appreciated.  Your regular visits to the blog and sweet caring comments are also very much appreciated.  Please keep up the good work.

As you know May's focus is hats.  Please review the information in the hat tab across the top of the blog to be certain you're up to date regarding sizes, colors, fibers etc. needed to make our donations meet the need.
*Oh and please remember to attach a size tag to ALL hats.  Use string, yarn, safety pin.  Labels don't have to be fancy folks, but knowing the size is really needed by all the shelters, as well as schools to know how to store and distribute to the appropriate people in need.

2013 Donations:

Hats:  361
Scarves: 276
Socks: 182
Afghans: 20
Slippers: 132
Rain Ponchos: 202
Mittens: 22
Cotton Wash Clothes: 275+23=298
Shawls, Sweaters, Vests, Poncho's: 10
Misc. Items: include personal care, headbands, handwarmers etc.

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.

8 comments:

  1. Very nice donation Marjorie. Wash cloths are always needed. Thank you for helping our central Ohio homeless.

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  2. Such a colorful donation Marj! I especially like the red variegated ones. But any of them are going to brighten up someones day and clean them up all at the same time! Super job and many thanks for this totally thoughtful donation!

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  3. marj in minnesotaMay 16, 2013 at 2:11 PM

    Just returned from my sons house, went to check on his cats while he is out of town on business. Happy surprise to see my donation and your comments.Always happy to do what I can I am not as talented as many of you but do want to help. Such an important cause. Thank you.

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  4. Very nice donation Marjorie! Love all the colors you used for the wash cloths. Great job!

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  5. Thank you all for your supportive comments, much appreciated. Marjorie...you are talented and you have a big heart....most important.

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  6. Beautiful color schemes. I need to go through my excess and get some finished. :)

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  7. Sorry to bother you via commenting on the blog but I just made my son a log cabin pattern blanket with I love this yarn. When I washed it to block it, the colors ran .... Cranberry on white. Any ideas to fix this? It was supposed to be given to him this weekend for his graduation. If anyone has help ideas email me at toomuchyarnnotenoughtime@gmail.com
    Thank you
    Norma

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  8. Oh....Norma Jean, I'm so sorry. If you didn't dry it in the dryer, it might yet be set. I would wash again.......cold water, delicate cycle and lay out to dry. The first thing that comes to mind. Will check around and see what I might learn to help you. Can you post a picture? How old is your son? Graduation HS vs college........could make a difference in the possible fix.

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