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I am not LOST!
I was made with you in mind.
I am yours to keep.
Stay warm with my hugs!
So much better an idea than Santa Con. Thanks to this kind person.
Leaving warm scarves with a sweet note - thank you to whoever took the time & effort to do something good on this cold morning! We could use more people like you!
That's really sweet.
Take them and give to the homeless in the park!
I love this idea and intend to copycat craft it. Thank you to the person who did this!
Oooo:Everybody make art and hang it from the fence with a "take me home" sign on it!!!Any particular side of the park we should hang it on? Ideas, people?
God bless whoever did this. Wish I could knit, I would emulate their kind actions...
Now that's just AWESOME. They look beautiful, too. What a cool person. I love our neighborhood.
Love this!!! Bless you, knitting person, whoever you are!!!!
What a nice thing to do. I hope the scarves were taken by people who need them.
Doesn't take much to learn, crochet is the easiest for scarves, check out some turotials on YouTube ^_^
This warmed my heart so much! I hope the person that did this gets to see them getting worn and loved by people in the neighborhood.
Have these been tested for anthrax? Or bedbugs? Cause they're nice-looking, but ...
Oh sure, when I wrote that they might be laced with small pox, that comment goes to the trash, but when CHurt writes that it might have anthrax, that gets posted. I guess some toxins are favored over others.
Small Pox must have tripped the sensors!
Cool! Socks are a good idea too, I can not knit, but I am a great bargain hunter. I love that someone did this, I am a warm and fuzzy .
I love you anonymous knitter
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