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Started this discussion. Last reply by Susanne Leverton Aug 11. 4 Replies

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Pam Antink replied to Leanne Hunt's discussion THAT WARM FUZZY FEELING 2018
"Thank you for your regular updates of the 'goings on' at the Barn Leanne. We will all keep you in our hearts for your eye operation to go smoothly with a successful outcome!"
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Linda Maltby replied to Pam Antink's discussion KAS FINANCES
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mary replied to Pam Antink's discussion KAS FINANCES
"oh dear yes was hoping we'd cover the expenses this month - off to make donation!"
Aug 13
Bev Jeffery replied to Pam Antink's discussion KAS FINANCES
"Pleased to see K-A-S almost received enough in donations to cover the month's expenses, but it would be even better if we had just a little more income, as it appears we are still operating at a loss each month. A huge YAY to everyone who was…"
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Linda Maltby replied to Pam Antink's discussion KAS FINANCES
"Over 120 subscribers are donating monthly in support of Knit-a-Square.  This helps greatly in paying the ongoing expenses.  With the added expense of paying a processing fee on all overseas parcels [$3.75 USD per parcel], Knit-a-Square is…"
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Susanne Leverton replied to Pam Antink's discussion MOTHER ROSEY'S BABIES and GANYA YABATHO 10th July
"I thought the same about the stripey hats. They look so cheerful. Someone was very busy to produce them all"
Aug 11
Sue Gillman replied to Pam Antink's discussion MOTHER ROSEY'S BABIES and GANYA YABATHO 10th July
"In Ganya Yabatho there are a lot of stripey hats which look as if they were made by one person. They look just lovely. All the blankets and hats look bright and cheerful. Rebecca that is so exiting to see your square !"
Aug 10
Rebecca Price replied to Pam Antink's discussion MOTHER ROSEY'S BABIES and GANYA YABATHO 10th July
"Oh my goodness me - I think I just spotted one of my squares in a blanket wrapped round a kiddy.  How exciting - may God bless all the kiddies who received blankets that day!"
Aug 10
Rachel Rebecca Abitz replied to Pam Antink's discussion MOTHER ROSEY'S BABIES and GANYA YABATHO 10th July
"Lovely pictures of warm children!"
Aug 10

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At 3:33am on August 8, 2018, Kathy Chantrell said…

This guy certainly knew how to cheer everyone up Pam especially as it was Monday morning:))

At 2:01am on June 27, 2018, Kathy Chantrell said…

It is amazing Pam how many knitters there are in Norfolk compared to here in Leicestershire. I have never found a knitted toy here:))

At 10:22pm on April 18, 2018, Anneke said…

Thank you so much Pam for your compliments! and I love the expression that the child will feel "like a million dollars" :) xoxo

At 4:33am on December 28, 2016, Claudean Burke said…
Thanks for the update Pam. I'll look forward to someone sharing a pattern for a crochet cuddle. Until then I'll make some squares!
At 2:48am on October 9, 2016, Kathy Chantrell said…

Hi Pam,

I never ever thought I could knit a Teddy bear. Kathy Platts gave me the pattern and now I just love making them for the children to cuddle:))

At 11:19pm on October 8, 2016, Kathy Chantrell said…

Thanks Pam,

He is my favourite so far. I hugged him for ages and would love to see him being loved by a youngster:))

At 5:28pm on September 10, 2016, Kathy Chantrell said…

Thanks Pam,

I am picturing three youngsters with teddy puppets on their hands talking to each other. Great fun:))

At 8:42am on July 9, 2016, Sharon B said…

Yes, Linda gets some credit, but she had a good student, so you both get credit.

And, as you said, mustn't get upset about the yarn things.   Or as we say, this is a "first world problem".   In the third world, it is just finding food to eat, and something that will keep you warm.   How lucky we are!   

I'm enjoying the time with Craig, but it will end soon; he flies back to AUS on Wednesday.   While he was here, I made him some fingerless gloves, a headband, and some warm and cushy slippers, all of which he says he loves.   I also bought some yarn on sale to make him a hat, and of course, got some other soft discounted yarn for KAS.   Yeah!   a new box of yarn to play with .... like I didn't have any before that!   Ha ha.

At 8:21am on July 9, 2016, Sharon B said…

Hi, Pam,   I just saw your beautiful blue and orange granny square on the July page.   It is a winner!   Your stitching looks so neat ... have you really been doing this only a few months????   You are amazing.    

Crochet uses a lot more yarn than knitting, so if you are used to knitting and the yarn it takes you will be surprised by the way crochet eats up the skeins.   One estimate that I read about said you need a length of yarn that is 3 times the length of the row for a row of single crochet.  Unless of course you crochet much tighter or much looser, LOL ....In truth, I have found that doesn't quite work for me.   I crochet a tiny bit tight, and still need more yarn than that.   Don't know if any of this will help you, but it might give you a way to estimate if a yarn scrap is long enough.   In any event, your work is looking GREAT, so just keep on doing what you're doing!

At 3:11am on July 6, 2016, Sharon B said…

Thanks, Pam.   Good thing I tossed this to you, because I had completely forgotten about the memory blankets.   That's why we pay you the big bucks .... LOL.

I love the granny squares you've been making, and hope you have a minute or two each day to work on your own squares.   But you do so much for KAS, and I don't want that to stop, either.   Maybe we need to figure out a way to donate hours to your day!

We are having a beautiful summer here, hope yours is the same.   

Craig is home for a few weeks, so we are enjoying our time together, but have been quite busy rushing around, but had a wrench in the works when he developed a tooth problem and needed an emergency root canal!   Yuck!   (I'm sorry for him, but just glad it isn't me!!!)

Keep on.   hugs, sharon



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