Initially motivated by something I saw on Pinterest, I started knitting a few years ago (one year after giving up the first time). Happily, gifts for loved ones make up the majority of what I knit. Although I’ve made a few things for charity, I’d like to do more. So, hopefully, this new pop-up blog will inspire me to stop procrastinating about it. Since there are many awesome knitting charities out there, my hope is that it will inspire you as well.
Over the next month, we’ll look at some knitting charities that make the world a better place. I’ve been blessed to be able to write about some talented, kind-hearted ladies who are doing just that through private groups such as the Willows Knitters, church knitting ministries and schools. They not only make the world a better place, they make it a more beautiful place too. And, of course, a cozier one – which is badly needed right now.
Oh, and I’ll also share with you updates about my latest pattern story – the not yet released “Pockets Full of Mystery” – and provide special offers to charity knitters to thank you for the good work that you do!
October Offer (good from now through Jan. 5, 2019) – Members of knitting ministries (and those who knit regularly for charity) who would like a free PDF copy of “Rosie’s Scarf: A Short Story & Infinity Scarf Pattern” can let me know through the Contact form, and I’d be happy to email you a free copy.