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100 Children's Hats

We have sent 100 hats for children warriors, fighting cancer bravely to Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital in honor of September being Childhood Cancer Awareness Month!   72 more words


Splashes of colour for needy children.

Nancy Merrill has a ‘Photo a Week’ challenge. This week the subject is ‘Splash of Colour’.

When I was in England recently, visiting my 101-year-old Mil, I saw next to the sofa, a couple of plastic bags, one of which contained balls of brightly coloured wool. 196 more words

More Creations by Marsha

Over the summer, while we were on our lil’ hiatus, Marsha sent us a box with these cute items!  Marsha has been our wonderful friend and loyal contributor since Fall of 2013 and is getting more and more creative!  52 more words

Knitting For Charity

Continued Support!

Blessings through Raindrops… exactly on the mark!  During a rough patch for us, we continued to receive blessings to keep Knitting Rays of Hope going! 88 more words


Yarnbomb delivery!

Yesterday I set off with my little box of wooly goodness to deliver it to  The Grange Range.

In case you have missed the posts about this yarn bombing it is to take place in a couple of weeks time at a Doctors surgery in Scarborough. 308 more words

Knitting for Charity

It eventually strikes all of us— the desire to donate our knitted or crocheted creations to someone in need. Some of us have been inspired to donate chemo caps because we know someone with cancer, while others were introduced to the healing comfort of prayer shawls from a church prayer shawl ministry. 264 more words