SIBOL BUTTERFLIES.

Butterflies are always needed for decorating our Sunshine Blankets and Shawls for the Elderly.
If you are interested in making any please follow the Link to Netties Blog in Australia. Thank you.




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


'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@talktalk.net Thank you!

Deadline Date

Please Note

As Christmas is approaching could you please try and get Sunshine Blankets, Shawls and Christmas Gifts for the Elderly sent to me by the end of November please.

Thank you

Monday, 15 August 2011

Ta -Dah! Introducing SIBOL No.80

Good Evening Everyone!

For Today's post I have gone back to an earlier post (in bold). The Story continues.......


On January 17th of this year I had an email from Tinka over in Belgium.  She was telling me that for the first time ever she ordered some yarn on the internet with a company in The Netherlands http://www.remyhandwerken.nl/


Tinka  gave links to Flickr and also SIBOL, and she very kindly told Gemma  at the yarn company about our project for the Elderly. Tinka enquired whether they  had any left over yarn that they would like to donate to our project. In return Tinka promised Gemma that we would put some links up on the SIBOL Blog. Well Gemma mailed Tinka to say that she was going to put some extra yarn in with her order.


On January 17th Tinka's order arrived and Gemma  very kindly  put all this beautiful yarn in with the order. How nice of her! 400 gr extra yarn for SIBOL, 16 skeins of 25 gram! Look at this great donation in lovely colors:








What beautiful yarn! Tinka has been working very hard making her Squares for SIBOL, and here are her finished Squares. 








These Squares arrived on April 26th.


ATheeC (Belgium) Your Squares have arrived today! Thank You!






Tinka also sent me an email asking me whether I could put the Pink and Blue Squares in a particular order for her in one of the Sunshine Blankets.






 So......this is what I have come up with. I do hope you like the finished Blanket Tinka and Gemma.






Can you spot the Pink and Blue Squares made with the donated yarn?


 I have of course used other Squares which have been patiently waiting to be used from other Ladies.  Thank you to the other Ladies who have very kindly contributed the Squares to SIBOL also.


15th AUGUST
Then on July 5th I received these Squares from ATheeC



Come out into my garden, let's play!.....>


I'm very happy now to be showing you the second Blanket that I have put together for ATheeC. She asked me to put them in a particular order for her and I do hope she approves!

ATheeC very kindly made these Squares for SIBOL! Aren't they lovely?


My SIBOL project is enjoyed by many Ladies. Tinka actually picked up her hook after many years and she tells me quite often how much she enjoys making Squares for me. Not only does she enjoy Crocheting again after many years but her Daughter AnneLinde has made Squares for SIBOL too! I think this is great. I am so deeply touched when Ladies go the extra mile for my SIBOL project, and I just cannot thank you enough!

I hope you like your Blanket Tinka. Now would you like to sit back and enjoy your Slide Show! Thanks again!



6 comments:

  1. such an inspirational blog! i am also a crocheting twin mum :)

    following from net mums

    www.lovenikkih.com xo

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  2. Wow 80! What an achievment.

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  3. Both blankets are so pretty. Great work. :)

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  4. They are super. It always amazes me how many different crochet patterns there are in all these lovely squares and how the colours make them look so different and of of course how the joining up is soooo good. love Doreen x

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  5. They're Gorgeous! I remember the post :) isn't it lovely to see them transformed awesome work as always!
    I sit here and to think 80 blankies have now been made is absolutely amazing!!Way to GO Sue!!

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  6. WOW WOW WOW! I love number 80. (and wow for doing 80!). but then as you've probably noticed from the ones I have done for Lou they seem to have more of a pattern than a random look. Just me, and all yours are beautiful of course.
    Jxx

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