Progress Update February 14, 2017

I finished the yellow scarf on Sunday the 12th. My next scarf that I am working on is a hot pink one. It’s going really well. My only hope is that some of my readers will join me in making more scarves than what I can do by myself.

There is now a postal place where you can send any scarves and hats that you make. I have partnered with my friends company. He said anyone can send him scarves or materials to male scarves. His address is below:                                                                                                                  C/O Staffords Enterprises, LLC                                                                                        3070 Lakecrest Circle, Suite 301                                                                                   Lexington, KY 40513

I sure do hope to be hearing from some of you interested readers soon. Has An Email Address

I realized that maybe some of my readers that would be interested in crocheting scarves just may not feel comfortable leaving their information in a comment at the end of a post. For those of you that may feel that way, here is the email for, it is

I hope this calms any fears anybody may have. Hope to hear from some of my readers soon.


Progress Update

I have the first picture of scarves for the homeless project. Two of the scarves are finished, the orange one and the pink one, and the third one, the yellow one, is a little over half done and should be finished by this weekend. As I am the one that crocheted these, they are all in single crochet. Like I said earlier, single crochet is all that I know how to do, but that is OK because I can still do scarves that will help keep homeless people warm. However, I am hoping that others will join me in the project and do some other stitches besides single crochet, and that there will also be hats. I just wish that I knew how to do them myself.

The picture isn’t much, but it’s the best that I could do.

I’m behind on the number of scarves I should have done already, but I have been sick and my friends have been sick as well. One of my friends even ended up in the hospital because he had the flu so bad. His temperature was over 103 when he had to be rushed to the hospital by ambulance. He stayed five days and four nights. I was there everyday trying to help out as best as I could. That’s just what friends do.

Hopefully I can succeed in crocheting faster and catch up with where I should be within a few weeks. All I can do is try my best, but I’m not going to make myself sick doing it.