Before I go back to my work, I want to give some credit where credit is due. Many friends and neighbors have stepped up with needles and hooks in hand and have delivered with squares. Here is a sampling:
A sunshine-y one from a Sunnyside neighbor, Carol McKenna.
These are from artist, Brece Honeycutt. They are extra special because she is a very busy person, making her own fabulous artwork, and she took time out from that to make these.
Another Sunnyside neighbor (and Lucy's boss), Katie O'Sullivan. The "T" and "H" refer to her super-cute kids. "H" is who Lucy watches once a week as a mother's helper. May we all have bosses who are so generous and nice! Katie even hosted a knit night in her home last week to encourage more local knitters to contribute. Thank you Katie!
These are from another Sunnysider, Kayvan Gahrahmat. One bonus to this project has been meeting people who live only blocks away who knit and crochet, like Kayvan.
These are from Patti Blaine, sadly still blogless so no link here.
These are but two of the many that Betty Chen contributed (the link is to one of her incredible quilts - check it out). She also recruited other family members to make some and took away more yarn the other day. Sadly, her house was damaged in the freak storm that hit New York City on Thursday so I am not sure she will have more time to make more squares. She has been a great contributor until Mother Nature intervened.
This one was made by Melissa Samide, who is a young homeschooler in Queens. Very impressive crochet skills!
So, the pile continues to rise, but will it be enough? We wait with bated breath...