OUR FALL FOCUS FOR 2018

Granny Squares
Always a good choice.  Make them 8 inches square and make in sets of either 9 or 12 in coordinating colors and tie together as a set.

 

Dishcloths/
Washcloths

 Use dishcloth cotton (NEVER acrylic) to make kitchen cloths for Habitat for Humanity or washcloths for

 

Baby Blanket/ Afghans
Car seat size or crib size.  Attach a matching hat if you can.  For afghans all sizes are needed.

Soap Sacks
SACK = Supporting a Community with Kindness
We donate these toShower The People.

  Please consider including a bar of soap with your sack!

 

Hats
Hats are still our #1 requested item.  Gohere for a hat sizing guide.

 

Scarves
Once again we will be working with Chase the Chill to provide scarves to warm our homeless community.

WANT TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW THIS FALL?
FALL LIBRARY CLASSES ANNOUNCED
Go here to see what great classes we have planned.
Additional classes will be added as they are scheduled.

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BLANKET AND AFGHAN SIZING
 
Use this chart as a guide when you are making blankets and afghans.  Our largest requests are for the cuddle and baby sizes.

UPCOMING WORK DAYS
NOT REALLY A WORK DAY — MORE OF A PLAY DAY!!!
Thursday, August 23
Thursday, September 20
Thursday, November 15
All work days are from 12 noon – 5 pm and take place at the Inglewood Library, 4312 Gallatin Pike.  Please let me know if you are attending kandctn@gmail.com
Dear Friends –
What is going to be on your needles and hooks this fall? 

It’s getting to be that time of the year when knitting and crocheting “production time” begins!  Between gifts, personal items (really – do any of us do much for ourselves?) and our community needs, fall and winter is my busiest fiber time! And if you are like me — and I am sure you are — you have at least 5 WIP’s (works in progress) at any given time.
I hope that the information in this newsletter helps you to focus on what you can do that will help the groups we support the most.
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