And a little bit of that 🙂
That was the answer I gave to one commenter who emailed in relation to my last post. ‘What else do you do for the community?’ I was asked.
‘A little bit of this and a little bit of that’ I replied
which seems to cover a lot of things doesn’t it lol
Most community minded people are a bit reluctant to talk about their service
Whether they are involved in large projects or small they don’t boast about it – they just do it. However I’m sure my friend in Rosebud will be pleased to see what else I have been doing recently.
Over the past few weeks I took the last little bits of (well I tried to use up what was left of) various balls of wool and knit squares. Then, after I deliver them on Friday, someone else doing their little bit will join these along with lots of other people’s little square bits to make a blanket that will hopefully keep someone else warm during the coming winter.
And look – there’s a little bit of that left to make a few more to add to the piles!
Less in my ‘stash’ means more (in a different form) for someone else.
11 Replies to “A little bit of this……”
that’s a worth while project that’s for sure. I posted my knitting progress today on my blog, as I have been learning for two months now.
You’ve been very busy! What pretty squares.
what a great idea, this will be beautiful!
Cute and colorful. I can imagine a wonderful blanket for someone.
Just lovely. I do love the thought of people in need (financial and/or emotional) being warmed by other people’s caring. Thank you.
Beautiful squares Cathy! Your stash goes down and a needy person gets a warm blanket…win win! I’m a ‘square joiner’ for a local charity here and we have lots of ‘square makers’ to keep the joiners very busy 🙂
They look great. I’m one of those in the group that do the little bit to connect the squares I chrochet them together and then I’ll crochet a boarder. We then send them to the salvos for their winter appeal
I’m sitting here grinning. A great solution for using up ones stash while helping someone else.
You could have titled this…when less is more. Great idea for using up the bits and bobs of yarn.
That’s so wonderful of you, Cathy. It looks like so much work, but it’s going to be beautiful!
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