We have to remember to factor in those charity knit and crochet projects into our busy schedules. Our needlework skills are needed with everything that is going on in the world. Think of it as your feelgood activity...along with eating chocolate, hugging your kids, and a 50% off yarn sale...this is the part where you fill in your own feelgood choices _______________.
If you need help choosing a charity, please visit my website, knit1fortheroad for ideas. Check on Ravelry, your local yarn, craft store, or knit/crochet groups and enjoy the community of giving today. You'll find the projects that resonate with you pretty quickly.
Max and I will be cheering you on!
Margaret (knitting new goodies for the shop today and allowing my heart to lead the way more often)
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