I’m a winter knitter. I have no problem creating toasty scarves and booties when the weather is chilly – but for some reason, when my butt is roasting on a lovely 85 degree March day here in Mississippi, I have a little more difficulty motivating myself to grab my needles and go. Luckily, I am no longer a bad-weather knitter since finding Knitting for Charity, a wonderful organization that provides hand knit, crocheted, and sewn toys and bags for children in hospitals. They offer a variety of patterns, including photos, for beginner through advanced crafters right on their site. Since the toys are reasonably small, you can even use up your yarn stash; if it’s anything like mine, it’s probably just sitting in the closet collecting dust. And a little Cool Mom Picks tip: Get your kids involved by having them draw a picture or write a note with the toy, and pass the joy of charitable giving onto them. –Kristen
Purl with a Purpose
by Cool Mom Staff | Mar 20, 2006 | Doing Good | 1 comment
Written by Cool Mom Staff
We spend our time looking for cool stuff so you don't have to. Hope this one fits the bill.
Enjoying your site! I’m hearing ya on the temps too – Memphis March Mugginess doesn’t do a thing for a mom’s hair 😉