1264Re: [logan2knits] Free yarn
- Aug 15, 2007Sounds good to me! It would be nice to drop off a
group donation somewhere--I have been giving mine to
the Health Dept clinic at Division and Western.
--- tinaheiho@... wrote:
> Shall we, as a group use our riches to do some____________________________________________________________________________________
> charity knitting? Maybe plan a few SNB to do such?
> -------------- Original message
> From: "Joyce M. Fitzgerald" <bigwildonion@...>
> > Hello knitters,
> > I picked up the yarn from Polly last night, and
> I'm happy to report
> > that we have an embarassment of riches.
> > You or anyone you know are welcome to take some
> for any project you
> > like, especially if it is for charity knitting or
> kids projects.
> > What there is:
> > --A variety of microfiber, cotton and cotton
> blends that would be
> > suitable for chemo caps. Check out
> > http://www.windycityheadhuggers.org/ to learn
> > --Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton in many colors. Great
> for dish towels and
> > wash cloths!
> > --A wide variety of synthetic novelty yarns, such
> as Fun Fur,
> > Homespun, and Lion Boucle. Some are soft enough
> for chemo caps.
> > --Bulky and worsted weight chenille
> > --Worsted weight acrylic in an astonishing variety
> of colors. Warm
> > Woolies needs washable baby blankets, and this
> would be great. See
> > http://warmwoolies.org/ to learn more.
> > --Glittery metallic ribbon yarn
> > Just let me know if you want some! I can bring it
> to you, or you can
> > stop by to pick some out.
> > Joyce
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