Well, here I am , trying to see if I can post again. THUS, no photo this time but if it works, hopefully next time. I am probably talking to myself since I have been inactive ehre for a couple years. Maybe one day, I will re-connect with "old" friends again.
Monday, January 28, 2013
I have been searching through my photo chips for the rest of the neck scarves I made. Been unsuccessful so far. I know I took photos so until I find the rest, I will not blog again. SIGH I owe it to my contributors to show them all the scarves, not just a few as I have so far. Once found, I can then feel comfortable blogging again on a regular basis. (I still don't have the problems fixed for those who visit. I am sorry! Maybe I am just too old to learn what to do. I am not giving up just yet tho as I need to show the remaining neck scarves photos in thanks to those who helped me procure yarn for them. Please bear with me. . . thanks!
Friday, January 18, 2013
I am still looking for the rest of the photos of my scarf project I did for the give a way. . . hope to share them soon.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
I have to find my photo card for the rest of the scarves I made for "the project." I am trying to find them. . . will soon, I hope. I am still trying to get my blog straightened out also. . . THEN I will visit other blogs I enjoy again on a regular basis.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Varied sizes for sure!
THANKS again to those who helped me accomplish this project by donating skeins of yarn. I will show more when I find them on my other photo card.
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
I just knew that I wanted to do something for our community and I enjoy making things from hair pin lace crochet.
This gave me plenty of experience. . . some frustrating and some joyful but in the end, all wonderful!
I knew my project would keep a few people just a little warmer this winter and we have had some cold weather recently in the 20's and a few teasings of light snow too!
So, this is a sampling of some of the scarves I made for people that came for the free dinner at Chronis Restaurant for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I will show you more of them on my blog later/
WITHOUT the yarn donations of several of Kathy's quilting friends from Washington and Idaho, I would have had to pay for all the yarn myself. These wonderful ladies sent me several boxes of beautiful yearn to make the scarves. THANK YOU!
(More another day. . . )