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The moss green bags with the ...
The moss green bags with the chocolate brown HEART logo are available at several participating retail outlets, according to organizers, Barb Stein, owner of Great Northern Trading Company, Polly VonEschen, owner of Baskets in the Belfry, and Karen Rasmussen, owner of JT Stitchery & Frame Shop.
Karen Rasmussen, owner of ...
Karen Rasmussen, owner of J.T. Stitchery and Frame Shop in downtown Rockford, has been an integral part of the Cast Off the Cold initiative.
RELAY MOMENTS - from top: Erica Roche from Rockford United Methodist Church creates Over the Rainbow pixie stix; Sharrie Waldvogel with youngsters; sisters Karen and Kim Rozelle from Rockford Reformed Church Faithwalkers and the glow from luminaries.
...Back row: Karen Rasmussen, owner JT Stitchery & Frame Shop and HEART of Rockford Business Watch chairperson; Michael Young, Rockford City Manager; and Officer Scott Mazur, Rockford City Police.
...Karen Rasmussen, owner of JT Stitchery & Frame Shop and HEART of Rockford steering committee member and Officer Rick Rafferty, Rockford City Police Department, are heading the effort to help the Rockford city business community reestablish Business Watch.
...Merchants are asked to sign up for Business Watch and the calling tree by calling Business Watch chairperson Karen Rasmussen at (616) 866-2409.
Knitters have been dropping off donations ...
Knitters have been dropping off donations throughout the year to Karen Rasmussen, owner of J.T. Stitchery & Frame Shop.
J.T. offers knitters a 20 percent discount on yarn purchased for donated scarves, and has been tremendously helpful in encouraging patrons to participate in the program.
Rasmussen also offers learn to knit classes for anyone interested in getting started.
Gremel notes she
is amazed at the number of people who have gotten behind this.
SEW, CROCHET, KNIT OR KNOT? - ...
SEW, CROCHET, KNIT OR KNOT? - Karen Rasmussen, owner of J.T. Stitchery and Frame Shop and Louise Stormzand stand behind an assortment of items for Operation Stork.