This happened today …

This happened today, and this speaks directly to the heart of what Ewe & Company is all about. I’ve posted before about Judy ~ our sparkly, feisty girlfriend that we lost way too soon. It was a tough time. 

Today, 6 years and several days out …

I was just having a lazy and pretending-to-be-productive Sunday afternoon … laundry, dishes, dog loving, grocery shopping and a bit of supper started, little snatches of knitting. Out of the cyber-sky fell a text from Judy’s daughter, Cindy. Basically, she said “I’m going to a knitting group and I want to finish Mama’s blanket as a baby blanket and I need more yarn.” And I couldn’t quit crying. Sometimes those tears just rain down, no matter how tough you think you are.

Once I quit crying … this simple little text made my day. I’m now trying to map out Judy’s colors and make something work and fill in the blanks and feeling proud to be doing it (and being asked to help).  

The pics below are Judy, Cindy, some of Judy’s knitting tools, the basket Cindy made for her mom’s knitting, and this soon to be finished UFO!

Love you, Judy. And love you, Cindy. 

And this is why local yarn shops are important. It’s not just about the dollars, it’s the friends we come to know and love along the way. 


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2 Responses to This happened today …

  1. Barbara Allen says:

    Good morning
    I hope you are able to help me.
    My daughter Cathy Williams has recently bought yarn from your shop. She has been delighted to find such beautiful yarn and I know has future knitting projects in her head.
    She will be celebrating her 50th birthday on 24th February. With the current situation it is difficult tfor me to help her celebrate as I live in the UK.
    I wondered if it might be possible for you to send/present her with a gift card from me? I would pay using my Visa card in advance.
    Thank you for your attention.
    Barbara Allen

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