Wednesday, 11 April 2012

WOYWW 149


Not quite on my workdesk (to find out more about WOYWW go and see Julia's site it'll soon get you on a Wednesday as it's so addictive!), but here's what I've been working on in between the card making.  My DVT leg stops me from crafting on my bed for too long, so instead I decided to make some crocheted blankets for the local Cat Shelter.  I like to help the smaller charities which don't get so much PR.  

Here's some packed away and ready for despatch.  I've also offered to make some cat/dog related animal cards (along with some general cards) for their Summer Fayre.  If anyone would like to help me, just let me know and I'll happily deliver them for you. 

They really do appreciate everything you do for them and as I've been there, I know they really care for their animals and it's lovely to see so many kitties being rehomed.  Yes, I know, I'm a real marshmallow when it comes to animals. 

Enjoy!

16 comments:

Mindy Adams said...

What a WONDERFUL idea. That is so nice to be able to have more than one hobby and to be able to give your gifts where they are so needed. Thanks for sharing. I hope to be able to help in the future. Mindy #120

Peggy Cain said...

Thanks for sharing your little corner of the world. you're a talented and generous one!I'm sure the quilts will be a blessing

Di said...

Wow, you've been a busy girl Karen! Well done, are the pink ones for the lady cats? :)

I'm just about to start knitting little jumpers and hats for the 'Fish and Chip' babies. Twiglet (Jo) posted about these little mites on her WOYWW posting today.

Tell you what, we keep too busy to get into mischief!

Di
x

kay said...

you are so nice to knit those for the cats,they will love snuggling on them
have a fab crafty week and
happy woyww
kay,#70

Amy E said...

Yay for making kitty blankets! What a good and caring heart you have.

I saw your cat on your profile pic, and we must have it's twin here! We have a solid white cat with the same face. Ours if very old...she turns 18 next month!

Thanks for stopping by and having a snoop at my desk!

Amy E. #30
scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

Twiglet said...

Wow you have been busy - what a good idea. I am sure they will be really appreciated.

Miriam said...

very talented - thanks for sharing.

#148

okienurse said...

Wonderful idea. My girls love my crocheted blankets and knead them like they just can't stand not doing it! Hope your DVT is better soon so you can be up and about as much as you want. Thanks for visiting my WOYWW desk. Have a great week. Vickie @106

Lydia La La said...

My god...Karen. there are hours of crocheting there! Any cat worth his bacon will love to own one of those.
Hope that rotten blood clot just dissolves..NOW. It is stopping you do the things you love. with love xo

Lunch Lady Jan said...

What a great thing to do - the cats will love snuggling down on those beauties. I like supporting smaller charities too - they're just as deserving as the bigger ones.
Hugs, lLJ #3 xx

Ruki said...

how lovely of you crocheting these for the cats! they'll love them!

Gill x said...

Wow I can just see all those little cats cuddling up in those lovely blankets. Well done.

May said...

oooaaahhh you lovely lady making these makes for the cats.. I love cats, thank you from all the little kitties out there... Hugs May x x x No15

SophieNewton said...

What a lovely thing to do. I'm hopeless at crochet!
Sophie x
No.79

CraftygasheadZo said...

Super blankets, and a wonderful idea. Take care, it's Sunday, but I'm still working my way through the list! Zo xx 75

Ambreen said...

That is so sweet of you Karen....All the cats will thank you in their heart such a sweet gesture...shame i can lend you a hand in this