The Crochet Guild’s Charity workshop will be held once a month on a Monday evening, one week after the Guild meeting from 6:30-8:30 PM (the fourth Monday of the month), at my home (10122 W Pawnee).
That being said, we will also meet sooner, on June 7th to catch up and get started. Then again on June 28th, as noted.
The plan is to have several different charities to work with during the year. Each charity will recieve 3- 4 months of our time and talent. We are starting with Baby blankets for “Tree house” http://www.wichitatreehouse.com/.
If you have suggestions for charity’s to help please give me the info. at the next meeting or via email.
For this month here are some suggested supplies to bring:
A package of receiving blankets (wash at home first). I suggest some # 10 and 3 yarn for trimming it and a #1 and 10 steel hook.
You can also just make up some little crocheted blankets and or use fleece and trim with worsted weight yarn. They said all would be welcome.
Directions to my home: Take Kellogg to Maize road, turn South and travel 1 mile to Pawnee (Pizza Villa on corner), turn to the east (left) and it is the 2nd house on the left (north side). Big cedar trees and the street Crestline next to us. 10122 W Pawnee.
Looking forward to blessing many with our gifting.
Please, if you know a member with out email give them a call and let them in on the info, Thanks!
Susie Kilgroe~ Cedaracre Homestead
Hello everyone! I’m back at home and recovering from my hospital stay. Thank you everyone for the many prayers and good wishes that you’ve sent to me. I’m thankful everyday for all of my friends and hope that you all are doing well. I have nothing to report about why I had a pain that started below my breast bone and through to my back for 9 hours. None of their pain medications could stop it. The hospital did blood work, ran cat scans, and sonograms of all of my organs and they couldn’t find anything wrong with me. So now I’m at home trying to cope with not knowing what’s wrong with me. All I know is that I have my crochet and good friends to keep me company on my road to recovery and I feel truly blessed. Thank you for caring and I love you all.
I spoke with Jackie this morning and she informs me that Tamara will be released from the hospital later today and will be resting at home. I have no word of nature of illness, but good news that she is able to rest at home.
Keep her in your thoughts and prayers. I am sure she will send word via email to us when she feels well enough to visit.
Our fearless and fabulous President, Tamara Gonzales has become ill.
I have no specific details of her diagnosis, except that there is testing being done and at this time the doctors are not certain as to what is wrong. Tamara has had severe pain since Monday and is currently hospitalized.
Tamara’s sister, Jackie Clark will keep us informed. Please keep Tamara and her family in your thoughts and prayers. Our guild is sending a card and flowers to wish her swift recovery and let her know she is loved.
Please leave comments here, or you may send email to Stephanie Macera at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will print and deliver to Tamara as soon as possible. I am told she needs rest and am not disclosing room or hospital information without Tamara’s consent. I have not spoken to her, but Jackie has visited each day and will keep us up to date.
Thank you all for your thoughts, prayers and well wishing.
Monday May 17th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
at TWIST Yarn Shop 607 W. Douglas, Wichita, KS (Enter through the back door).
This month we will learn interwoven fillet crochet. Please bring 2 distinctly different contrasting colors of kitchen cotton yarn (worsted weight) and a size G or H hook. We will make a coaster.
Swap: This month we are swapping dish cloths.
Hospitality: Tamara, morning and Kelly Wilson, evening. Feel free to bring a dish if you would like.
We hope to see you all there, visitors welcome!