Monday, August 5, 2013

Pink Scarf Project

Dear Friends,
Hope all of you are well...Do you know about the Pink Scarf Project? Link on my side bar. Vicki is doing a year long project of collecting Pink Scarfs for women suffering from Breast Cancer. What a wonderful project and I know all of the women that will receive a Pink Scarf will be just trilled that so many of us are thinking and praying for them.
Well I have an invalid husband, Rick, as most of you know and my time is so limited to do things, however, I did start making a scarf but as you can see by the pic below, didn't get too far. But I have a very dear friend, Sandy Brown of hello-c estmoi is an absolutely amazing seamstress, you must see what she makes on her blog and on etsy also. Well she also has a darling daughter, Cheyenne, hope I spelled her name correctly who knits ever so well. She made a scarf for one of my daughters and she was extremely pleased with it and receives many compliments when she wears it. Well since I did not have time to do my scarf, I asked her to make me one for this very special project...picture below. I am very happy with the scarf and know the recipient will be over joyed. It's so beautiful, thank you so much Cheyenne, I truly appreciate your beautiful work.
Well I did start it :(

Finished scarf she made, I think it's gorgeous.
I did not mention that this lovely girl is only 17 years old.

Another view of the scarf.

Let's keep all of the lovely ladies with breast cancer in our daily prayers and also that a cure is found.


  1. Thank you so much for a very good reminder. I would like to start making so I can get a couple done and ready:)

  2. Hi Lu, I thought I would catch up with you all tonight. It has been a day with baby sitting. I took one of my grandsons out to the college so that he could attend an art camp. He loves drawing and building with legos. Hope everything is well with you as can be expected. We are managing, but he still doesn't walk. I don't know if he will ever walk again. Have a wonderful day and take care of yourself. Many Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.

  3. Lu, I just love your pink scarf, and how wonderful of you to knit it for a special purpose. My cousin just passed away recently. She had this illness also, and I have been thinking of her alot lately.

    Have you been enjoying the summer? It has cooled down a bit the last few days, and I'm lovin' it. I went to Home Goods today, and they had all the fall stuff out already. It was so fun to look at.


  4. Lu-
    Bless your heart for this beautiful gift and for sharing this project with all of your friends. I love you for your generous heart---
    I'm so so so sorry for your friends illness- I will join you in keeping her in prayer.

  5. You are great, a good woman, a scarf is beautiful !!!

    XXX El┼╝bieta

  6. hello Lu, It is Me!
    Thank you so much for the lovely post about my daughter and I.
    And what a wonderful way to have been involved in making something special for someone who would need it so much. Now I know why it "had" to be pink. Any pink. lol :)

    Oh and by the way... Cheyenne would love to be 17 already. She just turned 16 a couple of months ago.

    Many Hugs and Blessings to you Lu (and to Julie)

    Hope to see you very soon in Rainbow!



  7. My Dearest Lu,

    Really wonderful project and wonderful pink scarf that you have knitted. it looks fab!
    Thanks so much for your sweet thought. I couldn't wait to hold the baby in my arms;)
    by the way your daily sacrifice is worthed for purgatory soul.
    wishing you a great summer
    my hugs to you

  8. I love projects like this....!!!

    The shades of pink are so beautiful, reminds me of cotton candy (I love cotton candy). Beautiful work for such a worthy cause. I can't knit, but I can crochet... I might try this.
    Thanks and hugs to you,


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Hugs and smiles...Lu

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