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Old 01-23-2006, 06:52 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by DotMom61
Here are the kids and some ideas I think would be good for them:

J. -- girl; age 2-3 -- an adorable little girl with big brown eyes, and recently departed lovely brown, curly hair -- some ideas: perhaps one of Julie's lovely hats??? (hint hint!)

A. -- boy; age 9/10 -- loves the Cubs, video games, board games, etc.; has been quite sick -- I'm not quite sure what would be good for this guy, but he's really a fun-loving kid. Perhaps a hat, scarf or felted clogs? Think about it and see what inspires you. His mother is also a lovely person, and she has had a lot to deal with. I don't feel like it's my place to share personal information here, but this family has really gone through a lot in the past year. Oh, and there are Dad and big brother, too.

A. -- boy; age 10 -- don't know much about this guy except that he's on recurrence #3 or 4. -- Same ideas as above.

A. -- girl; age 15 -- typical teenage girl who would probably love some of the funkier stuff off of Knitty.

That's about all I can think of at the moment. Hopefully, I'll get a list from my friend in the not-too-distant future, and I'll get it out to you as soon as I do.

Thanks, everyone! You guys are the best!
Jenelle & Margie !!!

I copied my original list above, and I've removed the three kids that Kelly & Julie are knitting for. Please pick one of the above, post who it is, and when you're done, PM me, and I'll send you my snail mail address.

THANK YOU!! :sunny:
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