Hi Friends!

It is that time of year again, when we look toward the themes for the coming year.....2020.
Please, while you are crafting, pop on your thinking caps and share with us what YOU would like to see on the list for next year. We may not be able to include every suggestion, but we will certainly give it a good crack.  :))
Thus far, I have noticed that members have mentioned  PJs, Stripes, diagonals and music (repeat of this year) in various discussions.
We also usually include an education month (letters, words, colours, shapes) and 'Africa' theme, but these are not 'set in stone'.
Please share.....the more ideas = greater variety. 
I am so appreciative of the umbrella created, once again, by our friend, fellow KASer, Chris Chiplen.
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Sometimes a photo can say so much more than words can express.....
Please remember these joyful faces as we knit and crochet in the year ahead.
We have the ability with our love, imaginations, needles, hooks and yarn to brighten the lives of vulnerable children in South Africa, as we make and send squares, blankets, hats, hand warmers and toys to Ronda and her wonderful team of volunteers to distribute to the children.
So let us bring JOY to as many children as we can in 2020!
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Thank you, Chris. Your inspirational 'umbrella' will certainly set our 'ideas wheels' in motion. 
Looking forward to reading your theme suggestions, Everyone.

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Totally agree, Rebecca...browns and blacks make other lighter and brighter colours REALLY pop.  :))

For those of us who are better at working in colours  rather than pictures

Light and Dark

Clashing Colours 

Beautiful Blues and Gorgeous Greens

Ruby Reds and Yummy Yellows 

Slash That Stack (of wool) 

A Gardener’s Delight 

Thank you Susan....some fun colour combos there.  :)) Slash that stash would be ideal for me....hahaha. I nearly always buy more yarn for most themes because I don't quite have the 'right' shade for some squares and then don't get around/ run out of time to make the squares.

The No Theme theme - for those random purchases we make or patterns we feel like trying, just because we want to.

I like this - (the unforseen theme) - one's we end up doing with no intention or by accident!

Aha, love that one too, Patricia.  :))

That is a good idea.  

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