Friday, May 23, 2014

Today's Post is Brought to You by the Letter C

Karen, not Caren
crocheted all these caps for Hats for Haiti.  The point is sun protection, obviously not for warmth.  

Colorful: you bet
Cotton: of course
Committed to a Cause: Kathy c and Karen!

In other C news:

Campfire: we had one last night.  :)

Cup of coffee: currently 

Chicago: at its best in the summer. 
C'mon over!

Cubs:  catastrophic (no Crying in Baseball)

Craft: all about the cool Trapp

Care to Contribute???


Karezybear said...

Cool post :)

Kim in Oregon said...


Trying to think of a c word for humidity but it is too early here.

Nancy said...

LOTS of culling happening at my house. I'm trying to down-size. I've donated and pitched a lot of stuff, but it is hard to see any real progress. I will persist.

Katherine said...

Forgive me but I don't CARE if I CARP about the CUBS because they make me CANTANKEROUS.

So glad I got that off my CHEST!

Araignee said...

Crazy: Hitting the ground running after 4 days away is CRAZY.

Cotton: Been thinking about knitting a cotton cardigan for summer.

Cat Pee: Why does it have to smell so bad and why are all those strange cats peeing on my deck?

Condolences: Lost someone I grew up with today. Drug addiction and what it does to families is CRAP.

Linda said...

Colourful post.

Gracie Saylor said...

Celebrating the Creativity of you and your bloggy Cohorts :)

Mereknits said...

Wonderful hats,you have the nicest friends. Don't get me started on baseball my Rays stink this year.

Anonymous said...

Cute caps!!! Such beautiful summery colors.

Caffeine Girl said...

Congratulations to my son, who just got his BS at age 26!

Nancy Kay said...

Cotton yarn and Coffee... a great combo for today.

SissySees said...

I made a new from Chicago now in C'ville friend.

Lynn said...

OMG those are ADORABLE!!! As far as the letter C??

C is for cookie. That's good enough for me.

Cookie cookie cookie start with C.


The Knitting Kat said...

Comfy: hanging out in sweats all weekend!

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