Friday, April 20, 2012
12 - 2pm
World Financial Center Courtyard, next to Starbucks
Notes from Ina
- There are still a number of kits from January through March that need to be made and returned. We hope to have your continued enthusiastic support to finish those up so we can confidently move on to the new projects on the list. Ashley will be calling those unreturned projects to collect all outstanding projects. Please bring yours this Friday!
- It is already April and we are moving along to new projects.
- We have a granny square crochet bath mat and a knitted doily bath mat. Lovely oversized pattern and altogether a quick project each!
- The crochet bath mat uses three skeins of the Lion Brand Cotton Ease with nary any leftovers. We will double up the yarn.
- You need a size J (6.0 mm crochet hook). I will check closely that we get the desired gauge and feel. I will have a finished sample on hand.
- The knitted doily bath mat is worked with a triple strand and a size 15 (10.0 mm) needle. You can use a 24” circular needle but we will work in rows! There will be a finished sample on hand.
- The yarn amount for the knitted bath mat is leaving us quite a bit of leftovers. We will use those for the next round of projects, so please bring your leftover yarn in May.
- I will work closely with you to make sure things “look” and turn out right.
- You know that I can be reached via email if questions arise: firstname.lastname@example.org or on my mobile # 1.201.910.0027
To ensure we are able to donate enough projects to our charitable recipients,
all projects that are taken will need to be signed out with your name and
Patterns & Materials
Please bring your own needles; we will provide the yarn & instruction!
Crochet Square Basket
(Size "E" Crochet Hook)
Knit Bauhaus Washcloth
(Size 9 Needles)
Crochet Granny Square Bath Mat
(Size "J" Crochet Hook)
Knit Doily Bath Mat
(Size 15 Needles)
All projects in 2012 will be donated to new homeowners of the St. John's
Residences to be built in Ocean Hill-Brownsville by Habitat - NYC.
For more information, visit http://www.habitatnyc.org/