It’s time for the last scarf bombing of the season with The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project! As you can see from the gaudy graphic at the top, we will be broadcasting the tonight’s scarf bombing live on Periscope (downloadable for iOS and Android). Just follow the details, but we will have the night’s events available on Katch, too, through the same user.
We will be scarf bombing Reservoir Park in Lancaster, PA. It’s actually be pretty cold here in PA during the past few days, and we’re even supposed to get SNOW tomorrow. It may be April, but people still need to be warm during this crazy weather.
I encourage you to hop into Periscope and see what we’re all about.
The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project has its kickoff party on Sunday, September 7, 2015 at The Arch in Lancaster, PA. We had a nice time! It turned in a good time of conversation, knitting and crocheting, and noshing.
I took two paper ream boxes full of scarves and and a few hats along to drop off. I knit a total of 41 scarves and five hats. Not bad for a summer’s worth of knitting.
My co-worker Heather got me a lot of the yarn from yard sales, some of which was a TON of frogged Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick. That made knitting scarves pretty fast. There’s a whole variety of patterns and yarn types in that big pile above.
See, the reason why I knit so many scarves is that if I didn’t know what to knit, I knit a scarf. Since summer usually isn’t a big time to wear hand knit garments, always having something on my needles was easy since I wasn’t knitting sweaters.
For more information about The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project, go to the Facebook page, and we would love if you would donate some cash over on the GoFundMe page for the project.