Our SIBOL TOTAL IS 1376! Thank You!

Slideshow of Sunshine Blankets (Click on Left/Right Arrows).

Challenge Blankets
I'm Sue and can be contacted on
sueatpigsty@virginmedia.com

It is so important that email addresses and names are enclosed with your donations of Sunshine Blankets, Shawls and Butterflies please. Thank you!

Butterflies LINK


'Crochet keeps our hands busy so our minds can rest. It is a gift to help quiet the world around us, if even for a moment. To create -- and think of those we create for --is a quiet prayer of hope, love and dreams all wrapped up in a hook, a book and a ball of yarn. Author Anonymous. Thanks Cynthia.
I NO LONGER ACCEPT KNITTED OR CROCHETED SQUARES. I DO HOWEVER ACCEPT MADE UP BLANKETS FOR THE ELDERLY IN CARE HOMES. I'D BE VERY HAPPY TO RECEIVE YOURS! THANK YOU! 'SIBOL' is a charitable outlet for your Crocheting and Knitting Skills why not join us? Together we are 'Sending a ray of Sunshine into the Lives of the Elderly.' All enquiries please contact Sue on sueatpigsty@virginmedia.com Thank you!
Please Note

Please may I remind you to enclose your email address with parcels delivered to my home. If I don't acknowledge receipt it's because I can't find your address. Thank you.


Total 1384 Thank you!




Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Pilar's Squares have arrived this morning! From Spain.

Postie has just arrived. Pilar can't post herself because she hasn't got a blog. But I'm hoping she'll chat about them in the comment box.,

Look at the texture on these Squares from Pertinitaco. Thank you!

Pertinitaco your Squares have arrived all the way from Spain, thank you so much.  If you'd like to help make 'Sunshine Blankets' please visit suesfavouritethings.blogspot.com Thank you!

Pertinitaco from Spain! Thank you so much your beautiful Squares have just arrived this morning! So bright and cheerful!

Pilar's Colourful Squares all the way from Spain! Thank you!



I hope you will enjoy looking at the Squares.

9 comments:

  1. Pilar (pertinitaco)17 March 2010 at 14:17

    Thank you Sue and Alhana!
    You're right, I can't post here, but I can comment! now,the squares. The round one is just that, a circle in a square, the freeform is, well, I just went a bit crazy there! And the other four are the African flowers pattern found in Elizabeth Cat's gallery in flickr, but modified, they have eight petals instead of six, so you can make a square nicely. I'll try and write how I made this when I find out how you say when you yarn over twice, is it triple treble? Or I just made that up? I get a bit confused with these terms in english, sorry about that! Well, chat soon
    Love Pilar

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  2. We get lots of sun on this blog!
    These squares are great!

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  3. I've just added a photo of the 6 Squares so you can see better.
    I'm just loving all the Squares that are coming in. It's all quite addictive isn't it?!

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  4. Don't forget to scroll down to see other posts Today! We've been busy!

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  5. Lovely selection of squares especially the free form one! **Kim**x

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  6. Wow ....they are so cute .....love the freeform one .....beautiful saquares....Thanks Pilar....!

    Luna

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  7. Pilar (pertinitaco)18 March 2010 at 11:41

    hi ladies! here is where I got the pattern for the 12" square:
    http://mocrochet.blogspot.com/2009/11/blooming-granny-12-square.html
    I followed it until the granny part, then I just made it up!

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  8. Hi Pilar, love your work and thank you so much for sharing the pattern. It is now on the "to-do list"

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