Saturday, July 25, 2009

More Knitting For Charity

This blanket & hat combo will also go to the Children of the Pine Ridge Reservation. If you want to donate hats, blankets, mittens, or whatever you'd like, there's a group on Ravelry that lists addresses and the needs of the Native Americans who live on the Pine Ridge Reservation. They need items for all ages. One particular need is for mittens for kindergartners this fall/winter.


My kids aren't babies anymore, so I don't have a baby model to show these off. The teddy bear will have to do!


The pattern for the blanket (it's actually a hoodie blanket) is here at The Thrifty Knitter and the hat pattern is published in Last Minute Knitted Gifts by Joelle Hoverson. I used Caron Simply Soft yarn...it washes well and is nice and soft.

Now I'm off to watch the second half of Soylent Green with the husband (while I knit, of course!!). It's funny that I was only 3 yrs old when this movie was made! It's a great movie and I recommend it. Especially in this day and age where food is becoming more and more engineered.

5 comments:

Stacy (S.E.W.Butterfly) said...

Beautiful hat and blanket! I love the colors! I think I've read about this reservation. I will have to get busy to donate as well. Thanks, Arizona!

Julia said...

Again, how generous your are! Beautiful color combinations!

QuiltedSimple said...

What a great idea - I'll have to check that one out!
Kris

Shannon said...

How wonderful of you to do that. Great work too!

Vintage Girl said...

What a loving and generous thing for you to do with your talent. Great job, the wee ones will sure appreciate your kindness. Blessings, Heather

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