The “Thin Blue Line” is an emblem used to show support of law enforcement officers. While the term has been around a long time, it’s believed to have been brought in the mainstream with the 1988 documentary of the same name.
Disclaimer: In light of the recent unrest, it’s important to remember that there are problems and corruption in every occupation in the world but that doesn’t negate the good that’s done overall. Look for the good in everything… and then support it.
I’ve found we have lots of law enforcement connections with our Sheepishly Sharing Flock and thought this might be something that touches us all. Special thanks to @carolscreativecorner on Instagram who started me thinking about it with this post.
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If you need help with the Chain Tracks Technique, the video is here:
In vlog #92, you showed a crocheted cat sitting in front of Mr. Smitty. Where would I find that pattern please? Both cats are adorable! Thank you. Joanna
Hi, Joanna! I answered this a while back in another post: Actually, that’s a crocheted kitty and I try to put links to all patterns I mention in the description box of the video. I’ve been known to forget so be sure to remind me if you don’t see something you’re looking for! I checked and here’s what I have in the description box: “Crochet Kitty: http://bizzycrochet.blogspot.com/2013/11/crochet-kitty.html NOTE: This called for a single crochet tail… I used an icord instead. (4 sc in the round until I got it to the length I wanted.)” If you need a knitted version, there’s “Beans the Cat” http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/beans-the-cat-knitting-pattern