A New Englander moves to New Mexico
Wow---a hundred sweaters! And they are beautiful, Clair. Good for you for using your talents to help children feel warm and loved.
I had no idea you were a Super Woman !!!(I've been busy with 'life' things and have not been reading all my blogs every day thus I missed that you were knitting away your 'boring' days in your lovely part of the world)I do not knit. Never learned but WOW ... you are doing such a good thing. Extra Special Good in fact ...xo xo xo
Holy Smokes Clair! You have been busy! When did you start? They're adorable! I'll have to go catch up on posts. I'm staying w/ family in San Diego & haven't had much time for blogging. Hope you had a nice thanksgiving!:)
Clair...I've tried to comment several times and blogger has decided I am not comment-worthy! Hope this one works! First, I saw your header photo today (can't see it now, because it won't load...grrrrrr to my IP or my wireless issues) The photo is perfect. You are such a clever photographer!Now, I'm so happy I found your blog and we've become bloggy friends this year! You are truly an inspiration, and a kind, loving woman who shows her heart in her deeds! You are "good people!" I hope you make your goal of 100 sweaters, and I hope those that wear them feel the love and warm you knit into each one!
A great thing you do, Clair! I started a few years ago to knit hats for homeless people in the colder regions. It's very satisfying isn't it, to do something for others...better to give than to receive:)
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