If you’re looking for a great way to ensure your lovingly crafted chemo caps and/or NICU blankets go to those who need them most, you can’t go wrong with Knots of Love If you are currently blessed with a full head of hair, chances are that you–like me–take your hair for granted. It’s always there….
Knitting shawls and blankets can offer tremendous comfort to patients with Alzheimer’s If I can be honest with you for a moment, developing Alzheimer’s is one of my greatest fears. My grandfather suffered from it. He was my last living grandparent, and he passed on the very day I graduated from high school.
Your knitted baby cocoons (and other items for babies & toddlers) for Relief Share help needy families make better lives In the past couple of years, I have come to recognize how extraordinarily fortunate I am. That’s a sharp departure from the first, oh, 40 years of my life. During that time, I was convinced…
Why sock knitting is a wonderful way to help people with diabetes Have you ever seen Steel Magnolias? I saw it when I was in high school, and it nearly wrecked me. (If you haven’t seen it and want to, click here to jump ahead and avoid a spoiler!)