Congratulations to MaryAnn.
One of my knitting-related resolutions is to knit more for charity this year. In particular I’m interested in knitting for preemies, since my daughter was one, but in general I just want to be more generous with my knitting for all sorts of people (and animals) who might need it.
This first giveaway of 2016 will help a charity-minded knitter get started or continue on their giving journey. It’s a copy of Knit Along with Debbie Macomber: A Charity Guide for Knitters.
The book is a guide both to what to knit for charity and which charities to knit for, including 18 projects and 14 charities to choose from (the book is a few years old, though, and information may be outdated, so always check websites or call to determine current needs and where to send items).
In addition to the book, I will probably throw in a gift of yarn that could be used for charity knitting. But it’s a surprise, so you’ll just have to win to see what you get.
If you’d like a chance to win this one, leave a comment on this post before the end of the day Sunday, January 10. I’d love to know if you currently do any charity knitting and who you knit for, or if you’d like to start, what cause you’d like to contribute to.
Thanks for visiting, commenting and sharing, and good luck!