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Sunday, June 3, 2018

Donating Crocheted Afghans

Thank you Mimi T for this awesome crocheted afghan.  I love the rustic look.  These colors are so nice because they will work for either a man or a woman.  What type of yarn did you use, it's so nice and soft!!

Mimi is our newest pair of helping hands here on Bridge and Beyond.  We're thrilled to have you join us.

But...wait folks.
Look what else she's been busy making.  I LOVE LOVE this blue checker board afghan made with 3 shades of blue.  Please click to see the picture larger so you can see the details.  I'm not sure, but wonder if the stitch is the afghan stitch?  Like the rustic afghan above this blue works wonderful for a man or a woman and both are sized nicely to work for a family.

Again Welcome Mimi, we hope to see you here often on Bridge and Beyond and appreciate you're helping hands.




**The counts on our progress bars are current. 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.

6 comments:

  1. Welcome Mimi T! WOW to the afghans! They both look so soft and warm. You certainly used great colors that anyone will love.

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    1. Right you are on the colors. Really really nice. Thanks Sue for your visits and comments, always appreciated.

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  2. Beautiful work! I also love the blue checkerboard. Looks like some sc to me but I'm bad at determining stitches from a picture. :-)

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    1. Hope we'll get an answer about the stitch, it didn't feel like sc to me...but am curious as well. Thanks Sandie

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  3. I love the textured look of the brown one! Great work!

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    1. Thanks Lisa for swinging by, always like to have you visit.

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