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Our mission is to warm those in need through knitting, crocheting, looming and quilting. Our NEW hand made items provide hope to those living outdoors and those in temporary shelters. We provide for Men, Women, and Children in Central Ohio all year long. Specific details available by clicking item specific tabs, or the Who we Help Tab. If you have further questions, please contact me via the contact form. ALL DONATIONS MUST INCLUDE A NOTE WITH AN EMAIL ADDRESS.



Goal: 36
Start: #28
Current: 29

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Yes, it's most definately fall. Time to knit and crochet BIG TIME!

We've had a couple of nights hitting the freezing mark already here in Central Ohio.  That means the elements are more of a problem for those folks without a roof over their heads.  I am so truly grateful I'm not in that group, as I know you all are as well.  It's so nice to be able to help a bit.

I've just gotten back in town, my camera died while I was gone; so getting pictures is difficult at the moment.  This will be peace meal.  I'm using an old camera that isn't working very well, and loading them is even harder.  UGH, I need to buy a new one.

Sorry for the quality of pictures, but do hope you can see how beautiful these hats made and donated by Bunny are.  Her work is always always fabulous, the yarn is so nice and soft, so besides being warm for someone in need they are also yummy soft.  Many thanks Bunny.  I know a couple of the hats are crocheted, and wonder if 2 of them are knitted?  The taller blue and purple ones pictured on the ends?

**new totals
Hats 252
Mittens 43 pairs
Scarves 109

Stayed tuned as I have donations from Sandie, T. Miller, Danette, and Karen to share.  Hats, mittens, and scarves.  Just trying to work through these camera frustrations.  Please check back often.  Leave a comment, so I know you were here.  PLEASE share our blog url, our badge etc. to share our cause.  Many helping hands are needed.

***Is T. Miller out there?  Would love you email ady or blog link.  Anyone have it?  Thanks


  1. Thank you for posting a pic Sandy. The pic came out just fine. Yes, those 2 hats you mentioned are knit.

  2. Here is the info if anyone is interested in making the hat.
    The name of the knit pattern is Knitted Minnesota Winter Hat by Beth (copyright 2001 Beth Koskie)

  3. I think the pictures turned out just fine...IT IS GETTING COLD! I'm so happy your group is still willing to help...it is truly appreciated...

  4. Bunny, thanks for posting the pattern for those hats, I really liked them--could I ask you to double check it, I got an error message. Thanks again

  5. Try this link:
    Thanks for letting me know.

  6. I don't know why it didn't come out as a link but, if you copy & paste it, it will take you to the pattern.

  7. Hi, I posted a comment yesterday on here, I guess it didn't take. I was going thru the blogs first then I saw yours and wanted to do a comment. So I signed in. So maybe it didn't work. Sorry. My blog is tagg44.blogspot.com
    I'm glad to hear that you got the box.

  8. I'm still looking at all the beautiful items as well. Hoping to get my package of mittens and stuff out to you this week! (((Hugs)))

  9. Bunny's work is always exquisite and I particularly love the deep red hat here.

  10. Bunny's work is always exquisite Sandie, I must remember that adjective next time round.


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