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Old 05-16-2008, 07:35 PM   #41
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I would love to participate in this!! I'll be busy next week moving the kiddo but I'll get on this as soon as that's done. I was also thinking maybe a small shall or wrap for her shoulders in case she gets chilly, something light that wouldn't be too heavy.
This is so thoughtful! And what a wonderful opportunity for all of us to share with Mason and his mom...thanks for doing this!
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Old 05-16-2008, 07:41 PM   #42
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I have to say that I am very touched by the responses here, and I know she'll be very touched to know that you all care. Thank you all.
We love you Mason!
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Old 05-16-2008, 08:27 PM   #43
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I've decided on a color and yarn. Stash busting here since I had some left over baby soft yarn from a sweater project. I'm going with my rolled brim crochet hat and a garter stitch scarf with fun fur fringe and edging on both. Fun Fur just makes it well FUN!
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Old 05-16-2008, 09:01 PM   #44
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I'd love to make something too, it's getting into my busy time at school, but I think I'll have time to make something.
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Originally Posted by Dangles View Post
oh oh I"d love to do something for Mason's mom

at this rate we can also do squares for a lapghan? Whaddya all think?

I'm up for anything, but I will say that I am not very good at seaming.

You know...I made the comfort throw for my friend, and by doubling the yarn and using large needles, I was able to complete it (even with cables) in a week. I think I only cast on 90-something stitches for it.
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I just wanted to let everyone know that last night I told Mom about this as she'll need to be watching for the package (and she needed some cheering up). She was so touched that she teared up.

Thanks again everyone.
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I haven't read through all these replies yet, but I'd like to help. A cap is doable for me!
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Originally Posted by Knitting_Guy View Post
I just wanted to let everyone know that last night I told Mom about this as she'll need to be watching for the package (and she needed some cheering up). She was so touched that she teared up.

Thanks again everyone.

I'm so glad that it made her feel good. THAT is the entire purpose of it!!
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I thought of another idea for Ms. Jean. How about gloves? I think it was Beth who told me about someone she knew (knows) who is going through chemo and had a really hard time with her hands being cold...getting stuff like ice out of the fridge.

I have a pattern I love for fingerless gloves, but I'm not sure if that would be appropriate if her fingers were cold too.

Anyhow...just my musings this Saturday morning.
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