Thursday, February 15, 2007

Blanket of Hope

I'm finishing up an afghan block for the Blanket of Hope project. It was organized by Rebekah for fellow knitter Sonya for her husband Kevin. I don't personally know Sonya (or Kevin) but remember Sonya participating in the FLAK (Follow the Leader Aran Knit-along) and wanted to help out. I decided to knit a block using the same cables as our FLAK sweaters knowing Sonya would recognize them.

7 comments:

Sonya said...

Hey! I recognize those cables! Thank you so much for contributing to Kevin's blanet, Terri. It's his favorite color too.

Rebekah said...

Thanks so much Teri! It's a beautiful square.

Romi said...

I htought I recognized those cables! It's lovely. You are an amazing knitter!

Rebecca said...

I recognize those cables, too! What a wonderful idea for a Blanket of Hope square.

Leigh said...

Your knitting is lovely. However, it's your new loom that really has me wowwed. WOW!

Dave said...

Hey Terri~ I am not a quilter but I do not see any other way to get in touch with you. You mentioned back in October the 8th Va at the Waterford Fair and your ancestors the Carters were in the Eighth Virginia. That is why I am writing. I am the founder/historian of that group and would like to talk to you about your ancestors if you would please. We have been part of the Waterford Fair for over thirty years. I can be reached at eighthva@cox.net . Hope to hear from you, your obedient servant, Dave Purschwitz

Dave said...

Sorry Terri~
I meant to say I do not knit!!!
Dave