January 20, 2013

Comfortghans ready to go for two little girls

Here are two blankets from squares I've made and that have been donated by others that I put together for two little girls who lost their firefighter father when first responders were ambushed by an arsonist in New York.

These little comfortghans will be winging their way soon to my point of contact in Rochester, along with larger afghans for the wife/families.

If you want to be a part of this group that is sending comfort-ghans to those suffering a loss, visit the Facebook group Hands, Hearts, and Hugs to see what we're up to.  You don't have to know how to knit or crochet; all kinds of support is welcome, and monetary donations can help with shipping costs.

Happy stitching!

~ Marie Anne


Sharon GARDNER said...

Very pretty and very generous of you.

Glory Lennon said...

What a wonderful Idea!

drmr567 said...

I love the way you put these together especially the second one.

Sandy said...

You know, the pictures here on your blog make these little ghans even prettier then they looked on facebook. Not sure why? As always, nice work!

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Lisa Mason said...

They are beautiful! Very nice and for such a wonderful cause.