Tonight I saw an article posted in a discussion group on Revelry, the website for knitters, crocheters, and other fiber arts. It’s a story about a 100-year-old woman who knits about one baby sweater a week to donate to a local charity in Seattle. Amazing! She’s an inspiration on so many levels. I hope you find this inspiring as well – to keep moving if you feel bored, and to help others just because!
100 Year Old Knits Baby Sweaters (Seattle Times)
Pictured above: charity hats donated to Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland.
You can make a difference!
Many organizations need donations of hats and other warm knit or crocheted items. If you need some ideas, let me know!
This is the excerpt for your very first post.
Follow My Creative Trail: Baking, Cooking, Knitting, Crocheting, and Sewing
It’s no secret that I love to express my creativity through a number of hobbies: baking, cooking, knitting, crocheting, and sewing. And since I already post a lot of my finished items, recipes, and ideas online, I thought I might as well start my own blog. Why not?
The creative trail has twists and turns. Finding where it goes is the fun part!
I hope you enjoy my posts. Please add your comments if you like something, have questions, or just want to say hi!