|This is Marie sporting the hat I made today, yes, in church.|
That's hat Number 25!
I think crocheting in church is okay. I can still answer questions during group discussion and I'm not pattern reading, I can listen without messing up or having to count stitches, I don't mind to set it down while we stand and sing.
Children love coming up to me after church and seeing how far I've gotten on the hat. Most are amazed, and so are their parents, that I can get one completed by the time the sermon is over.
I understand some people might have an issue with my desire to crochet in church. I understand where you're coming from. But is there any better way to get a blessing on my work than to make it in church? In a Spirit-filled place where believers are singing and worshiping and expressing their love? If you aren't a Christian, then surely you can understand the atmosphere of the place. How can this vibe that we're giving off have a negative impact on my work?
That's what it's all about for me when I crochet these hats.
I want them to have positive energy attached.
When these hats get to their new owners,
I want them to feel the difference that love makes.
Peace and blessings,
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