Next Knitting & Crochet Circle will be Tuesday June 10th at South Waco Library, 2737 South 18th Street (east of La Salle) Meeting Room (front left) from 5 - 7pm (come for all or part). Bring your in-work projects to work on and completed projects for Show-n-Tell. All welcome. All skill levels. All ages. Free.
Welcome newcomers Julia and Barbara P! They even got some Marjie Yarn as a 'welcome' gift. J. Barbara and Julia have both made these great felted totes and had one to show. Very nice.
Hannelore is working on crib mattress sewing.
Donna is working a beautiful new knit stitch and making a yellow cradle blanket.
Jessica is crocheting a unicorn to lure something something something...
Vi brought magazines for the veterans, cones of yarn to give away, and hand crafted baby booties and hats for Providence newborns. Such generosity!
Joyce H was busy creating already with two colors of Vi's cone yarn.
Barabara H came from a busy day at work and enjoyed the laughs while knitting.
Kimberly is knitting a lovely variegated scarf.
Cynthia M is working on a crocheted baby blue sweater.
Wendy joined us from Irving and is knitting a pretty afghan.
Sharon is crocheting a blue and white granny square baby blanket.
Rebecca got some help with a knitting a pattern.
Cynthia R brought many wonderful adult and baby hats for donation.
Karen S is knitting a TARDI (did I get it right??) scarf and cradle blanket using Marjie Yarn.
Laura is crocheting a Super Chunky cradle blanket with Marjie Yarn.
Barbara L flew in at the last and shared her two bags of Friends for Life yarn for Waco Knitters to help her make hats for Friends for Life clients. POC Barbara L
We collected 30 baby hats, booties, cradle blankets from kind, generous Cynthia R, Vi, Laura, Hannelore and Joyce H. Thank you!
Thanks to all who attended. Next Knitting Circle is Tuesday June 10th at South Waco Library (2737 South 18th Street (east of La Salle)). Bring your projects for Show And Tell! All welcome.
Today Waco Knitter Jessica delivered 408 baby hats hand-crafted by Waco Knitters (& Friends) to Providence Hospital to be distributed to Waco area newborns. THANK YOU for your kind spirits and generosity!! Our year-to-date total is now 737 hand-crafted baby hats, stuffed toys and booties.
Ruth is working a lovely basket weave cowl in Homespun yarn.
Karen is knitting a cradle blanket with Marjie Yarn.
Laura is finishing a scarf Marjie started for donation.
Hannelore is finishing Marjie's scarves for her Marjie's sons.
Susan A is learning to knit a Mobius Cowl.
Liz is moving to Corpus!!! to be closer to family: Going Away Happy Hour is at next SSK June 5th On the Border.
Rebecca is moving into her newly added 'craft room'.
Joyce made a stunning 'angel wing' shawl.
Donna is knitting a yellow and green two-yarn baby hat.
Barbara H is knitting socks.
Kaitlan is knitting i-cord for rugs.
Jessica is knitting more socks in Broncos colors.
We collected 37 baby hats.. Thank you! If anyone wants to receive monthly-ish news about Waco Knitter's Charities, please message Jessica.
Throughout May we have a collection box & card for any donations to the Marjie Haning Cottey College scholarship Memorial Fund POC Wendy. We shared a stack of Marjie's patterns and 5 project's worth of Marjie Yarn.
Eight of us went to the Baylor Baseball game for our Stitch-n-Pitch. BU won and several of us got stitching accomplished between cheers. Not one drop of rain either!
Marjie Lou Troutman Haning died peacefully in her home on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. Marjie was born in Denver, Colorado, on September 18, 1948. During her life she enjoyed many things; Bible studies, knitting, quilting, paper artwork, traveling, spending time with her family, and chatting with friends. She was involved in activities that not only enriched her life, but served as her ministry to others.
We miss you Marjie.
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