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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Crocheted Donations and More for Ohio's Homeless

 Our good friend, Cheryl S. sent several boxes.  In order for you to see her goodies I've taken separate pictures and made separate posts...grouping things as it were.  Scarves, hats, and cotton washcloths were in one box.
And in the 2nd box more goodies.  You can see lots of personal items, socks, slippers, and pouches to house personal care items.  Cheryl's made a wonderful blue kitchen set (upper right corner of the picture, please click to enlarge) with hot pads, dishcloth, dishtowel and towel hanger...can't think what those are callled.  Help me someone.  Won't that make a wonderful part of the welcome home packages.

Also, if you click to enlarge the photo you can see the nice pouches which will hold a good number of personal care items such as toothbrush and paste, combs, shampoo, soap etc.  Then please notice the lower left corner.


Here I blew it up for you.  A cute doll set which some little girl will be so thrilled with for Christmas.  The doll has cloths, some of which Cheryl crocheted, a blanket, a backpack, t-shirt....truly adorable.  She is soooooooo creative.  Even the little basket/basinette carrier the doll is in is crocheted.  Cheryl can you share a pattern?  I think others might like to make one...if not for Bridge and Beyond this Christmas for one of their wee family members.

I do wonder everyone's thoughts on doing some more of this type of thing, and the Christmas set from a few days ago HERE, for next season?  These aren't items to keep people home, they aren't necessary in that they aren't essentials; so please speak freely your opinion.  Does having a project like this for next year work with out mission?

2013 Donations:

Hats: 675+1=676
Scarves: 420+1=421
Socks: 261+9=270
Afghans: 50
Slippers: 189+5=194
Rain Ponchos: 208
Mittens: 99
Cotton Wash Clothes: 675
Shawls, Sweaters, Vests, Poncho's, Skirts etc. : 16
Misc. Items: include personal care, headbands, hand-warmers, cowls/gators/neckwarners and all meal prep related items, Dolls, associated items, stuffed/crocheted/knitted toys... 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.

5 comments:

  1. YOU HAVE A BIG HEART CHERYL . Thank you so much for all the things you sent to the homeless. They will all be appreciated I am sure and everyone will be warmer for your efforts.The doll set will certainly make some little girl happy at Christmas.

    I was not sure what you were asking Sandy. Were you talking about making Christmas gifts for the homeless next year? If so I think it is a good idea. Count me in.
    Again Cheryl GOOD JOB.

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  2. Do you sleep, Cheryl? Such a wonderful donation! I love the doll and clothes and the pretty kitchen set.

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  3. Cheryl you DO have a BIG heart and a VERY FAST hook! I can see the smoke coming from it from here! Thank you so much for sharing your time and talent with the homeless and working poor! You put a lot more sunshine in many folks lives with this wonderful donation. Keep your hook FLYING!!

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  4. What a wonderful donation Cheryl S! Some little girl will just love that Doll and all the items she has. So sweet of you to think of that idea.
    Christmas items for next year do sound like a good idea to me. It would make Christmas brighter for someone.

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  5. Forgot to put in my two cents worth about Christmas items for next year. I think it is a GREAT idea!!

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