Saturday, February 2, 2013
Prayer Shawl Ministry - The Next Step - Memories Yarn Cafe'
After a year of crocheting prayer shawls and giving them to all kinds of people in need of hugs and prayers, I have become so interested in yarn and patterns and crocheting and knitting that I have decided to open a yarn shop inside my antique and gift shop. It is just being put together, but my vision is that I will have customers and friends coming in to learn and stitch and visit and enjoy the warm and wonderful atmosphere in my shop. I will offer great spots in the store for sitting and knitting, refreshments on occasion, maybe some classes and I've heard something about yarn tastings which sounds intriguing.
There is no yarn shop in my little town and the only place to buy is at WalMart. I am hoping the customers and friends will enjoy someone to talk to about their projects and share ideas between us. To me this personal shopping experience will be much more rewarding than a trip to WalMart to pick through their already picked through yarn. I will want to know what they will be making and perhaps watch them work on it and see the final product!
Here are some pictures of our beginnings - it will grow and change with time - as I learn more and more. In the meantime, I will still be crocheting every morning over coffee and every evening by the fire or while watching television - all the time praying for the person who might receive my next masterpiece!
This has been a rewarding experience, and I expect it to continue for a long time!
Life is good at Memories! Stay tuned.....
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Thanks for sharing such an impressive post I read your post about prayer shawl. Gabrieli Rubin tallit store has a variety of prayer shawl for celebrating Jewish Holidays.
This is amazing. You are a stong and encouraging person. I love that you have a yarn shop. I was wondering if you would share some prayer shawl patterns because I made one but it was just put together and im in no way an expert. I want to make these for people who need prayer. Thanks! Courtneiharvey@gmail.com
what a wonderful dream.where are you located?��
I really like this post. You did a smart to open a yarn shop. Recently I have a tallit prayer shawl that was found at an online store.
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