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Goal: 36
Start: #29
Current: 30

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Homeless Donations from Sunny Florida

 LOVE LOVE LOVE this colorful afghan.  What an awesome way to use up scrapes.  Also wonderful way to have a small project to tote around, or to work on when it's warm.  You make lots of scarves and crochet together.  Our very good friend, and long time supporter Sandra R has done it again.  Beautiful, fun, and cheery.  This afghan will work for either male or female with it's nice mix of colors.  It's soft, warm and large enough for a family afghan as well.  Way to go Sandra!
 But.....wait, she's not done.  Look at these wonderful hats and scarves!  Hats of different styles and colors and sizes to warm cold heads in need.  Special thanks too Sandra for tagging with size.  Tagging with size helps get hats to the right sized hats quicker than those not tagged with size.  Awesome work as always..............
BUT......she's not done, Mittens and more hats.  You know how excited I get when we get mittens!!  Yippee, I'm dancing with joy.  Once again Sandra has tagged hats and mittens with size.  Sandra R from Florida, YOU TOTALLY ROCK!!

**For anyone new to the blog, the counting below maybe confusing.  When 2016 began, we started with the number of items donated the previous year and are counting down in hopes of hitting and surpasses the number of items donated last year.**

Hats:     21-14= 7(Look how close we are to hitting last years mark)
Scarves: +149 +2= +151
Mittens/Gloves/Wrist Warmers:  63-11=52
Slippers:   36
Rain Poncho's:   +106
Cotton Washcloths:  260
Afghans:  1 (wow folks, we're almost even with last year, so let's see how far beyond it we can go)
Socks:   82
Cowls/Hoody Combo's, headbands:    1 -1 = 0  YIPPEE, we've hit last years mark!
Shawls and shrugs, ponchos, sweaters & vests etc +1
Misc: items like personal care, headbands etc and things don't fit into above categories aren't counted

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. Very nice donation Sandra R! Great scrap afghan. That will sure keep a family warm in the cold.
    Sandy, you didn't subtract the mittens from the total.

  2. I love that afghan. It reminds me of the scrap strip afghans I used to make using seed stitch. Is this one dc? If you could detail it, perhaps others might like to use up their scraps in that manner. (It's hard to count from a picture but I'm guessing about 30 stitches across and maybe 110 rows or thereabouts)

    1. Am not able to detail it, but think you're pretty close. The amount of yarn might dictate the width of the strip/scarf. I do remember it was double crochet, which would probably make it a nice project in that it could go fast. The time working in ends would probably be the biggest use of time.


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