Many of us who crochet do exactly that during this time of year (and all year long) when we infuse hand-crafted items with our attention and then donate them to local or national charities.
For today’s 2013 Awesome Crochet Blogger Awards I’d like to give an award for the best crochet charity work of the year. After all, that seems appropriate to do for Christmas Day! This year’s crochet award winner is Anastacia Knits.
Find out who has been awarded the blog award for the best new charity accepting crochet donations in 2012.
Crochet can be used to prevent Alzheimer’s as well as to enhance quality of life for people with the condition. Get involved now with a fundraiser raffle.
At least two different middle schools have received grants that allow them to use the art of crochet to teach girls to love math and science.