January 21st, 2010

Yarn Bouquet

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Hi Everyone

I’m sure some of you might remember the crocheted flower I did back in December:

At the time, I mentioned we were all working on flowers for a long-time team member who is battling a very difficult illness.  We thought rather than send her flowers that would only last a week or so, we would create a boquet for her that could go with her as she transitioned from the hospital to rehab and eventually (hopefully) home.  Here is our finished creation:

Didn’t it turn out beautifully?  I know Miss Barbara was very touched and it makes all of us happy to know that at least a little part of all of us and WEBS is with her each day.

Kathy

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  • stoneybrooke

    Kathy, What a great idea. Even if you didn't have many friends to make a bouquet a single rose is a thoughtful gift to a knitting friend who needs encouragement.

  • ccrinma

    Wow! Lovely job.

    I thought my little pot of knit tulips for Grandma was nice, but those are amazing.

  • knitventures

    That is a fabulous gift in every way. I'm sure it will warm her heart whenever she looks at it.

  • lsgknits

    That is beautiful and so thoughtful!

  • Marci

    Can you PLEASE (pretty please) share the patterns for all those beautiful flowers?

  • http://www.musingsofessjay.com/ Sara

    So lovely & what an incredibly thoughtful gesture! I love that it was a group project! I think what I love about it is that Miss Barbara will always have this to cherish until a bouquet of real flowers.

  • susanakapaintermom

    These are lovely! Will you share the various patterns used?

  • Deirdre

    Oh, how beautiful! What a wonderful idea!!

  • http://www.blueloomdesigns.com/ Ruth

    Oh, that's gorgeous! I'm sure it makes Miss Barbara smile every time she looks at it.

  • http://cafe-eclectic.net/ jennsquared

    It is gorgeous!!!

  • margie

    What a thoughtful gift! Who wouldn't be cheered by such a beautiful bouquet?!?

  • Mary Ellen

    LOVE it Kathy!! It's a mini version of the Atlanta Knitting Guild Alice in Wonderland flowers. :)

  • http://fiberfrontlines.wordpress.com/ Katie

    WOW. That is GORGOEUS, and very touching.