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Donating a Knitted Log Cabin Afghan

LOVELY!  This lovely log Cabin Style Afghan is knitted by our good friend, Sandra R from the Sunshine State of Florida.  Sandra, has been a long time and very generous supporter or Bridge and Beyond.  Please click to enlarge so you can all the details, and large variety of colors.  Truly a work of art.  The log cabin style afghan is a throwback to a very traditional style quilt made my many ladies quilting bees.  It was a wonderful way to use up left over pieces of fabrics from other sewing projects.  The same idea certainly comes through with yarn as well.  I really love this style, and love the colors work well for a man, or a woman.  The ghan is sized large enough to be a family ghan as well.

Beautiful work Sandra.  As always, please keep up the good work.  This will indeed be a prized position to the person/family that receives it.

2016 Donations:
HATS: 366
SCARVES (Gators, Infinity Scarves)287
AFGHANS: 35-1=34
SOCKS: 120 

**We started the year with the number of items we had donated last year, 2016; and will subtract our donations from that.  Using the end number for 2016 as the goal for the each item.  So, as the year continues you will see numbers decrease.  Our goal is to meet and surpass the number of items donated last year.**

All donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated. The Power of One is awesome, and when we work together The Power of One becomes The Power of Many.

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Donating a Knitted Log Cabin Afghan


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