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Welcome Ida from Rae in NC : ) :)
 

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hi Ida, I'm dottio from Vermont. my only granddaughter was born in Nm.
my daughter talked about the hot air baloons a lot, she wanted to go up in on. I don't think I would like to do that but they are beautiful!
 

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Hi and welcome from the UK. Enjoy the forum and happy knitting.
 

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rebecca said:
Sorlenna said:
Welcome from another New Mexican! :)
I was born in Carrizozo ,NM. I would like to find some of the American Navaho Indian patterns to do .....HELP?
What kind of patterns are you looking for (sweaters, blankets, etc.)?
 

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Hi, welcome. I am a former a former new mexican, lived in alamogordo I have an original pattern for the navajo blanket but do not know how to get it to you, but will be willing if I knew how, if you can tell me I will send tit to you.
 

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Hi Ida have an aunt and cousin who live in Rio Rancho their names are Janie MacGregor and her daughter Robin with her son-inlaw Jim Molleur most of the family do quilting but not alot of knitting, hope to do some myself someday, and they also make jewelry. hear soon.
 

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patticake said:
Hi, welcome. I am a former a former new mexican, lived in alamogordo I have an original pattern for the navajo blanket but do not know how to get it to you, but will be willing if I knew how, if you can tell me I will send tit to you.
I would like to do something that I could send to the reservation there. What would you suggest? [email protected]
 

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I would contact this organization and also do a search to see if there's one specifically for NM (I haven't been able to look yet).

Adopt-A-Native Elder
Distributes gifts of handknit socks, scarves and afghans to Dine’ (Navajo) elders. Also accepts contributions toward yarn used by elders to make rugs for sale. Knitted items are delivered in May and October and so should be timed to arrive in March and again in August.

Adopt-A-Native Elder
P.O. Box 3401
Park City, Utah 84060
Website: www.anelder.org
 
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