torsdag 2. mai 2019

Charity shops and Celiac disease

RED - Danger! Crumbs with Gluten alert!
It is a long time since I knitted heaps of cotton dishcloths for the kitchen
- Old news -
But what does one do when 2/6 of us have Celiac disease?
Make RED cotton dishcloths for the other 4/6 of us of course!
Problem solved!
Colour codes for the kitchen.
A colour for each area.
So...
Where does the charity shop come into this?
The yarn - bowl thingy.
Charityshop find.
Always wanted one of those.
Thank you Salvation Army.
Chuffed 😊.

Pam xxx

5 kommentarer:

  1. I've never before seen one of these yarn bowls. What a great idea. I'm glad you have one now and can knit safely without the yarn running away. The bowl is a very pretty ornament too.
    Hugs, Drora

    SvarSlett
  2. Never seen such a bowl before, just the 'normal' ones, Pam, but this one is a beauty in its simplicity, and that makes it a great find :)!
    Yes, having Celiac disease in the family is asking for a lot of attention, especially in the kitchen area. What a very good idea to make RED cotton dishcloths, as colour codes for the kitchen. Again I learned something new, thank you ;)!
    Wishing you and your family a nice weekend, blessings and a warm hug, Ilona

    SvarSlett
  3. What a great find! We found some lovely furniture accents at Salvation Army when we moved to our new home a few years ago. My favorite S.A. find is a portrait of Jesus made entirely from words of the Beatitudes. Thanks for the post and God bless,
    Laurie

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  5. Coeliac disease is serious. Good idea to have different clothes. I am sorry if you are battling with this disease. Not nice. Take care. x

    SvarSlett

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