Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Finished scarf!

Two posts back I told you about the Warm Women's Project.

The Little Man modeled the scarf - which will be sent the end of this week.



I am really pleased I managed to contribute to such a worthy need in this busy time. I bought the wool (I think it is alpaca) from a lady who spun and dyed it well over 15 years ago in a country town called Bothwell in Tassie's Central Highlands. I love the feel and personality of this home made wool.

7 comments:

Deb said...

Congratulations sarah on managing to get one done. I had hoped to get one for you but sadly haven't managed. Gus looks so adorable with it round his neck, just want to snuggle him up. Good thing I don't live near you!!
hugs Deb

Tammy James said...

Its Beautiful Sarah.

Simone de Klerk said...

Lovely scarf. You already made one little man happy with it (O:

maria said...

Well done, the wool is a lovely colour. Gus makes an adorable model.

Renee said...

well done Sarah - it is a great cause to lend a hand to. And Gus looks so snuggly and gorgeous all wrapped up like that! So sweet!

Liesl (Hoppo Bumpo) said...

Its just beautiful and for such a wonderful cause. (You realise that you will have to make the model ... he looks so cute, he needs his own!)

ReBaLa said...

What a beautiful gift for them.
I made a scarf last year that I have never used and was wondering what to do with... I'll go get the address details from Warm Women now