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      Adopt a Spot July & August   07/01/2017

      Read more about places we have adopted to focus on in our giving July through August. http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/forums/topic/11091-bi-monthly-adoption-for-julyaugust-2017/
    • MaryGlynn

      CLICK WITH HAIN (Purple hats 4 awareness)   07/01/2017

      Please read more about how we can bring awareness and warm heads if babies. http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/forums/topic/11093-click-with-hain/
    • MaryGlynn

      Sharing your story with us   07/02/2017

      Infant loss is devastating. If you are here do to the loss of your precious baby we are so deeply sorry for your loss.  Sometimes it feels good to just share your hurt, and heartache with others who understand what you are going through.  Here is a place to share your story.. http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/forums/forum/260-an-angels-passing-sharing-your-story/ You can also share pictures and more. With your story if you give us permission to share, we will make a special blog post here in HAIN. We call the blog "an angels passing. " We may also use it in a newsletter article. But only with your permission. Note you can still share your story and we will not share it without your permission to do so first.  
    • MaryGlynn

      School Supply Drive   07/04/2017

      Every year we collect school supplies for children who need them.  Learn more about it here: http://www.heavenlyangelsinneed.com/index.php?/forums/topic/11095-school-supply-drive-2017/

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2 hours ago, Cheryl Chow said:

Love these buntings, Mary! 

They are the Susan Tanly patterns in our HAIN pattern area. Micro preemie buntings. I modified them by not doing hood, but did a few rows of double rib and then bound off. 

The girl one I just knit the entire row that was for putting ribbon through (eyelet row).

The pattern was so fast and simple.

The hats were CO 30, size 5 needles. Basic hat pattern I made up as I went. As you probably do that too as you also have made so many it doesn't take a pattern for me anymore ;)

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