Friday, November 4, 2011

Crafty Charity Care

Annie's Gifts  for Chemo on

This week, I finished a couple of more items (fingerless gloves and slippers) to go along with the Cancer Awareness Scarf for October.  I attached care instructions and a note to the recepient.(not shown)

Join in the group on or contact Kathleen Greco at for more information about the items you can make for a patient in need of your creative care. Btw, Kathleen is the winner of the Fearless Leader Flamie Awards 2011. Congrats!
Be sure and visit the group flckr page! and check out her interview here on knit1fortheroad,

I hope you will continue to allow hand crafted items to lift the spirit.  Surround yourself with them, share them,and encourage others to do the same.

Looking forward to a busy weekend with knitting or crocheting in between the subtle lines of life.

Margaret (reading and knitting between the lines since .....)

Visit knit1fortheroad for more crafty ways to contribute to charity organizations.

Join me on CreatingTheHive, another great source for charity crafting.

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