Knitting Rays of Hope
Earlier this week, we shipped off 47 hats to the pediatric oncology department at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital.
We hope these hats will bring smiles to the little faces of young cancer warriors. 37 more words
13 hours, 3 minutes
Our new friends, Amanda and Elecia in Cheyenne, Wyoming sent us 10 hats for babies in the NICU and 16 hats for pediatric cancer warriors. 102 more words
6 days, 8 hours
In honor of this month’s celebration of love, I made this love robot hat for a child cancer warrior.
The hat is loom knitted on a 36 peg loom, and closed off like an envelope style hat (flat- crocheted together). 50 more words
3 weeks, 1 day
A Big Thank You to Beth and Kate, our new friends from Pennsylvania, for sending these fabulous hats.
The cute card reads:
Thank you for the great work you do.
3 weeks, 5 days
I used to be indecisive...
All my (and my mum’s and my daughter’s) hard work knitting little woolly hats last summer and autumn has come to fruition and they are now on sale in any shop which sells… 46 more words
3 weeks, 6 days
Music is everywhere, all around us, always with us. Lately, it seems that the headphones, whether it’s Beats by Dre, Bose or Skullcandy, are part of fashion. 204 more words
4 weeks, 1 day
Our new friend, Caleb, a young teenage boy makes a difference in the world, with his contribution of 24 hats for babies in the NICU. Caleb shared that loom knitting is one of his favorite hobbies and loves to support a good cause! 120 more words