Monday, November 29, 2010

80 Sweaters for Knit for Kids, Part 1

It's time to send off another batch of sweaters--numbers 65 through 80--that I have made for Knit for Kids. You can see the last bunch that I shipped here and here. If you would like to learn more about this charity, check out the Knit for Kids website. The basic sweater pattern is very easy and can be knit or crocheted, and the variations you can make are endless. You can see most of the sweaters I have sent by clicking on the "Knit for Kids" tab near the top of the blog. Pass on the word about this fun and worthy project. You might want to knit a sweater or two, yourself!

I'll post photos of the rest of the batch tomorrow


Jean (aka Auntie Bucksnort) said...

Eighty children will be much warmer this winter in all of these beautiful sweaters thanks to you!!

You are a very generous person!!

Anonymous said...

These are just beautiful and I know the children will just love them. What a great thing to do. I tried to knit once but just was not good at it. I would gladly feed them. lol.

Deb from WhatsInMyAttic said...

Clair, this is amazing! I had no idea anything charity such as this existed. What a wonderful way to provide something special for a child in need. Your work is beautiful! I have knitted or crocheted in years...not even sure I can still do it.

becky said...

This is so great Clair! I have never knitted a stitch!