I’ve writtten in support of Trochet before. I just noticed that they have an Indiegogo fundraiser going on so I thought I’d share again.
In exchange, she’s offering to crochet chemo caps and blankets for patients that can be donated in the name of the people who donate the money to her.
I always love hearing sweet stories about crochet. Charity crochet often brings up these stories. Here’s the beginning of one I just read this week in the news about donation to Project Linus.
Introduce the students to this science concept with fluffy microbes made out of knit and crochet. They’re seeking donations from anyone interested in handcrafting microbes for the project.
Last year I shared the call for submissions for a project to bring handcrafted knit and crochet basketball nets to neglected hoops around the nation. Now the designs are ready and it’s time to publish the project and they need your help through Kickstarter.
I was just taking a look at my Pinterest board for alternative material crochet – things that have been crocheted with plarn, t-shirt yarn, VHS and other items.
I was surprised to find that a lot of people think it’s a bad idea to donate handmade goods after a tragedy. However, I’ve given some thought as to why.