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Apr 14, 2012 00:06:09   #
hi, that is a nice idea!
Apr 14, 2012 00:06:47   #
I in for five, it takes but an hour to do them.. so pm me your address. Lets get this done. I'm actually going to try for a hundred for my dear SIL fund raising in June. She just under went her second brain surgery for cancer. Maybe, if I need help you'll all will help as well. Blessings, Cathy
Apr 14, 2012 00:51:26   #
cdanzinger wrote:
No you didn't mess it up, I did it and have no clue what it was except for the bottom of the skirt.

Hahaha! So funny!
Apr 14, 2012 00:55:13   #
What a beautiful idea.
Apr 14, 2012 00:57:23   #
cdanzinger wrote:
I in for five, it takes but an hour to do them.. so pm me your address. Lets get this done. I'm actually going to try for a hundred for my dear SIL fund raising in June. She just under went her second brain surgery for cancer. Maybe, if I need help you'll all will help as well. Blessings, Cathy

Yes, yes, I will surely help you too! Tell me if you have a color preference or want special words on them. I am honored to help! I just bought some Caron Simply Soft yarn which is soft and sparkly in a very pretty fuschia color and it knit up very nicely.
Blessings, prayers, and happy stitiching to you as well!
Apr 14, 2012 00:57:57   #
maryrose wrote:
hi, that is a nice idea!

Thanks! :-D
Apr 14, 2012 00:58:25   #
lilangel wrote:
What a beautiful idea.

Thank you so much. I am happy to do it. :-D
Apr 14, 2012 00:59:11   #
Pontuf wrote:
These are lovely and what an inspiring project.

Thank you. I feel humbled by the blessings in my life. I am excited to do this!
Apr 14, 2012 01:01:28   #
hoodedmaiden60 wrote:
thank u soooo much for shareing this,, this is a wonderfull idea!!! my cousins birthday is next month and i been wondering what to make her now i know.. her 2 children are gone (one killed by a drunk driver and one by suicide) andshe still misses them very much so this will be perfct for her,, again thank u :)

Wow-- you and your cousin are definitely in my prayers. Bless you. I am very emotional reading your post. Hugs to you!
Apr 14, 2012 01:03:05   #
maureenb wrote:
What a lovely idea!

Thanks-- I am enjoying it! They are turning out very cute!
Apr 14, 2012 01:05:00   #
RachelL wrote:
Needleme wrote:
I was enchanted by these "Pocket Prayer Cloths" as described by my KP friends. I am starting a long-term project where I will make 100 or so over the course of the year for a program we have here in California called "Get On The Bus." This program sends children of incarcerated parents with a guardian to visit to see their mother or father who is incarcerated. My school makes snack bags to send on the bus for the kids and their guardians for the Mother's Day "Get On The Bus Day" day which takes place the Friday before Mother's Day. I went as a chaperone about five years ago--it was extremely moving to see the children reunited with their mothers, even if only for a few hours and a barbeque lunch.
I won't have time to make 100 before this year's event, but I have started working for next year. Thank you, KP friends, for the inspiration!
I was enchanted by these "Pocket Prayer Cloth... (show quote)

God bless you in your inspiring work. You are a blessing to so many. One kind person can have a big, positive impact in someone who is hurting.
quote=Needleme I was enchanted by these "Poc... (show quote)

Thank you so much for your kind words.
Apr 14, 2012 09:04:30   #
oW! Thats taking your faith out of the church to where the need is. I like that Joan 8060
Apr 14, 2012 16:21:09   #
You are working for a great cause. Keep up the good work.
Apr 14, 2012 23:50:27   #
Thanks, friends! I will knit all your good wishes into these prayer cloths. They will be powerful!
Apr 15, 2012 02:57:16   #
these are wonderful! I hadn't heard of them before but I sure do like the idea. such a special item for so many for so many reasons! thanks! now I've got to search and see if I can find a crochet version...or design one :-)
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