"What a fascinating report and I am SO glad that Ronda could help that homeless family and that it led her to a struggling nursery where she can help the children further. Those little ones shivering in cots...how the heart aches and how grateful I…"
"I agree, that's a super idea. I frogged a couple and am using one resulting yarn ball to make a hat. I like the idea of double layering, keeping the design but backing it with something more solid. Thank you ladies!"
"What fabulous blankets! I am feasting my eyes on them. So much love and caring from so many KAS angels...thank you all, for your hard work, whether at home or in South Africa. It is truly helping the children...thank you so much!"
"I agree. If I see a hat I think I made it just makes my day to see it on a little one's head or to see squares I might have made. We're definitely all in it together but it's a wonderful thrill to see our labors of love are actually…"
"Honestly girls is there ANY way to rescue incredibly gappy Granny Squares? I've tried weaving other yarns through the gaps, just doesn't work. I found 6 in the bottom of a bag in my closet and wonder if I should just chuck them…"
I tried to send you a message but the kas email did not work. I will try at the library computer in the next few days. Now it is raining buckets here and basements are flooding! I am working on the blue scarf from the lovely yarn you sent me. Also a hat for kas. Hope you are well. Blessings!
Hello Jeanne, When i used to do this knitting in my younger:)) days I tried to make a rug but it used to curl up and no way would it stay flat. Years later as of now I thought scarf for teddies and I really enjoy doing it:))