Over Christmas Break, I re-arranged a few boxes and shelves in my hobby room (aka the first bedroom on the left, which was Firstborn Son’s room for a long time).
In there, I found a plastic tub with crocheted granny squares, and a skein of yarn to put ’em together with. Done before Middle Son’s wedding, but set aside. One of those UFOs which tend to pile up in a crafter’s place. (hobby parlance = UFO — Unfinished Object)
Anyways, I decided since the squares were all done, getting them together would be a good project to donate to the Relief Sale.
the photo was taken in the Fellowship Area of the Mennonite Church of Normal, with the blankie resting on the planters, under the skylight.
I was told by the Relief Sale Volunteer at the Handicrafts Booth that a nice older gentleman bought it for $45, for his wife to use on her twin-size bed at a nursing home.
He wanted her to have something new and pretty, making her room more homey.
~~love and Huggs, Diane