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Friday, September 20, 2013

Keeping a Scarf in Place Helps you Stay WARM

Folks as the weather turns in many parts of our country thought sharing this would be a good idea.  You've seen folks constantly adjusting their scarves, flipping it back around their neck because it won't stay put.  I do something similar to do, but haven't seen a good photo or description to share.  If the scarf stays put, one is warmer....it's not just because it looks cool.  You do need a scarf of a good length to be able to do this...but thought you might like to give it a try.  Sandie P our good friend from Louisiana posted this awhile back on Facebook and I thought it worth sharing.

Speaking of scarves and a good length...........have you checked out the scarf tab?  PLEASE folks make sure your scarf meet the requirements for size, both in width and length.  Remember we do not make or donate scarves for toddlers.  Teens and adults need larger scarves then school age children.

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.

1 comment:

  1. Never tried to wear my scarf this way, but will have to try it out.
    Thanks for sharing the info.

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