Monday, October 10, 2011

Knit for Kids, The Final Batch

I've knit enough of these blocky little sweaters for now. This is the last batch, which brings my total of children's sweaters knit for World Vision's Knit for Kids project over the past five years to 110. For now, I'm happy to move on from acrylic yarns to some wool, mohair, llama, and alpaca ones. 

If you are interested in knitting sweaters for needy children in this country and abroad, just click on the link above to get a copy of the pattern and the shipping directions. It's a really fun and worthwhile project.

To see most of my Knit for Kid sweaters, go to this index page.










6 comments:

Jean (aka Auntie Bucksnort) said...

Congratulations on reaching 110! You're a generous soul.

JC said...

Wow !!! You are a fabulous gal .. just in case you didn't know. Thought I'd tell you ...

Joyful said...

Beautiful sweaters and wonderful cause. I hope sometime to knit some sweaters and hats for Kenya (the missions I help).

WasSoggyInSeattle said...

These are fantastic. My hat's off to you! Congratulations and what beautiful sweaters, the kids should be thrilled!!

Raymona

becky said...

They're lovely Clair. 110 warmer children... nice job!

ladyfi said...

I'm impressed with your knitting skills!