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Wow, that is a wonderful turnout of baby blankets...it always amazes me the power of the internet and the huge hearts in the knitting world. Good for you for sending out the call to arms/knitting needles!
They are all so beautiful and I can't think of a better thing for a 14 year old girl to be doing than quilting a preemie blankie. Aren't kids wonderful!!The book arrived and I want to make everything in it. I am starting with the Fair Isle stocking cap--for me! Thanks I love it.
It was a joy to knit these little blankets, and I hope that you will request them again soon. They take such a small amount of yarn and are quick to knit.
They all look so soft and cuddly -- I hope they bring comfort to someone. It was a pleasure to be involved in this worthy endeavor. Please let me know when there is a need again.Lynn
Thanks for reminding us to keep up with charity knitting. This was such an easy thing to do and not too time consuming. As a former NICU nurse, I should have thought about this before. Thanks for the reminder!
Thanks so much for sharing. I hope they all bring joy and hope to their recipients.
We had a little stillborn 2 weeks ago, and I would like to tell you that I was so grateful when the nurse let my husband pick out baby clothes and a beautiful purple knit blanket for our daughter. Of of these items had been made by volunteers. It's a wonderful service that really does provide a measure of comfort when it seems like the world is coming to an end.
Sapphireblue......I am so sorry you lost your little girl. I left you a note on your blog. THank you , amid your grief, for sharing how you felt about the blanket for your daughter.
Such a wonderful assortment of blankets! I know they will be appreciated.
They all look wonderful. I'm so glad we could help and have some fun at the same time.
The blankets look great and so cheery. Thank you for your call to knitters everywhere. I'm glad to have contributed.
That is wonderful! I love that you got them from all over!
Nice though.I think internet is helping in more than one way to help the needy.
I see mine! :-) I love that a 14 year old girl made her first quilt for the project. I really enjoyed making the blanket. I've got another one made, if you could still use it...
Sure SaraIll make sure it gets to the babies. BEst! kathy b
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