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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Crochet Donation from Tennessee

Thank you RoseMarie from Tennessee for this thoughtful donation of hand crocheted hats, scarves, headband, and cotton washcloths.  RoseMarie has also donated some personal items (tissues).  Hand made items are always so appreciated by those who receive them.  Not only does the item, hat, scarf, mitten, slippers etc keep someone physical warm.....but it gives them warmth in the inside.  They know someone they didn't know took time, made time to make something special just for them.  How can that not warm them up, and give them hope for a better future?  That's why hand made is such a HUGE part of our mission folks.  It adds so much that's hard to put into words.  

Please keep up the good work, as always it's a pleasure to have you as a member here on Bridge and Beyond.

**Urging EVERYONE to visit the blog frequently, to read the tabs at the top of the blog.  Each item we knit and or crochet has it's own tab.  It is essential that the items you make meet the requirements in order to be the items needed and wanted at the other end.  PLEASE ALWAYS read the tab for the item you wish to make BEFORE you make it.  Sometimes things change.**

2014 Donations:
Hats: 10+2=12
Scarves: 8+1=9
Socks: 4
Afghans: 7
Slippers: 7
Rain Ponchos: 
Mitten:
Cotton Washcloths: 13+5=18
Shawls, Sweaters, Vests, Poncho's, Skirts etc. : 
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

**Remember folks to always include a removable tag on your slippers, mittens, and hats with the size you made**

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. Love the cheery orange! Great Job RoseMarie :-)

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  2. tristik marjori, s sager thank you for the nice comments you always give me on my work its always nice to receive them. rosemarie.

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  3. RoseMarie, please use name and url option when you post a comment instead of anonymous. anonymous usually end up in the spam folder and or I delete them, glad to know this was you.

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  4. Rosemarie. No need to thank me, thank you for being such a loyal friend of the homeless in Ohio. Your colors are always so bright and cheerful,and your donations are always recognizable because of your signature flowers. I love your stuff and always know it is you before I read the post. GOOD JOB

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  5. RoseMarie your work is always a masterpiece! Like Marj I always know it came from you before I read the blog. It must be such a thrill for those receiving your items.... not only are they warmer but with your signature flower they are stylish as well! Thanks so much for using your time and talent to help those less fortunate! Keep your hook flying!

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  6. Love the donation! Keep up the great work!

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  7. RoseMarie these are beautiful and I absolutely love your color choice!

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  8. Very nice donation RoseMarie! They will be so good in this cold weather.

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