The pattern is extra nice and I too would appreciate a copy, though it sounds like everyone wants one. Thanks so much. [email protected] is my address. Thanks so much
I just registered for this site which I looked in on ever since I discovered it a few weeks ago. But it was your beautiful scarf that pushed me to register. My oldest son is in his late forties and I would love to give him a similarly loving hug when he reaches 50. He is also one of those people who really deserves something extra special. I would greatly appreciate receiving the pattern. Could you send it to: [email protected] Thank you so very much. HelgaJeannine said:Just finished this one to send my older brother for his 50th birthday. I figured I needed to send something a little extra special since he's half a century old. I wrote in his card that when he wears it he should pretend it's a hug from me. At least he'll know he's loved.
It was sooo my pleasure. I was never one of those people to keep recipes to myself either.larryslove said:Bless your heart, Jeannine. You really started something. You are making a lot of people very, very happy. God bless you for your selfless work. Happy knitting!
God Bless You! The gifts will be treasured!millea said:Really beautiful! Plus finished so perfectly (such a down-fall on so many projects when this isn't done). I am new to this forum so I'm not sure of the policies and/or procedures regarding the sharing of patterns. However, if possible I would love to have it forwarded to me:
Thanks in advance and again, really spectacular piece. By the way, I loved your comment about your brother now always feeling a hug from you. I am suffering from terminal metastatic breast cancer and the 'therapy' I have chosen is to knit a piece for every person I have an intimate relationship with, both family and friend, so that when I am gone they will have something to give them a hug from me. This is a great sentiment no matter if you are still 'here' or not!