Some Yarn Projects for the Charity Pile

My fingers have been quite busy with yarns and hooks.
These will probably go to the Meadows Home in the Fall.

I’ve been trying to use up some yarn donations by making tote bags, with mixed results.

A hat is a small project to work on, using my peg looms, making it fine to do while sitting on the porch in the summer. Then the item gets worn during the cold weather of winter.

Then there’s my old stand-by: potholders. Since they are so easy, I should say that many of these were crocheted while I was in different meetings.

There have also been several items given as gifts, so no pictures. Most recently completed and waiting on the table are 2 straight bookmarks to be tucked into sympathy cards.

You need not ever wonder what I’m doing if a blog post is not recent 🙂

~~love and Huggs, Diane

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3 Responses to Some Yarn Projects for the Charity Pile

  1. momma says:

    A lot to be proud of. Any of the items would be a delight to receive.

  2. Renee says:

    What cute little gifts and donations! You know, I learned how to knit when I was young. I was good at casting off and knitting rows, but I never knew how to end a project. So most of my knitting was one long scarf with a knitting needle at the other end to keep it from falling apart.

  3. Susie says:

    Very nice. Thanks for checking on me. My writing mojo is a nogo, but I’m hoping to whip it back into shape soon. 🙂