Thursday, October 20, 2005

Back to Knitting

I started knitting a small hat for The Preemie Project a few days ago. I was trying for size 1-3 lbs, but when I realized it would be smaller, I decided to make it part of a bereavement set (Micro Bunting).

So tiny. It will fit a baby less than 1 lb.
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Lined with soft blue flannel for a special touch.
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Simple hat and socks (Easy Socks) to match.
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May God bring peace and comfort to the family that receives this gift.

7 comments:

  1. So sweet. I'm sure it will help the family that receives it.
    And your blankets are great.

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  2. Lovely, lovely, lovely. I am touched and know that the family who needs it will be touched in their hour of need

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  3. It's a beautiful set. It's hard sometimes working on these items, but I'm sure it will be a comfort to the family who needs it. Your blankets are wonderful, too. Such patience you must have!

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  4. You do beautiful work - I'm certain that the love that you put into these items is felt by those who receive them.

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  5. Workin' for the Little Babies!
    Love Ya
    DJWB

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  6. That is just beautiful. Bless you for doing this type of work for the Preemie Project.

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  7. I have just started doing bereavement garments for Claremore Regional Hospital Claremore, OK. I volunteer there and set the information desk three days a week so knit while setting there. When I'm home I work on cloth projects. I will be working on cloth blankets soon. I talked to a couple hospitals not far from Claremore and they would love to have a few of the garments also. Do you know of any one that offers thread or material for free or low cost?
    Thank you for your help. I want to knit some of the little dresses and am planing on crocheting some outfits for babies of parents that don't have a lot of money. The dress will be for the baby to go home in. When I get the next dress made if you like I would send you the pattern and pictures of it.
    Yours truley
    Hughlene Dunn
    hughlened@yahoo.com

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~Tracy