Project Linus is November’s Featured Charity of the Month

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Our Featured Crochet Charity for November 2018 is Project Linus and it is being presented by Kara Gunza from Petals to Picots. Learn how you can help and pick up these free crochet edging patterns today!

Although this may not be a local Charity to us all, I hope by sharing it with our friends and family, Project Linus will receive the support it needs.  If you are unable to help personally, please share this with your friends online – you never know – you may reach someone who is able to make a difference! If you would like to contribute too, we encourage you to crochet the featured free pattern this month and donate it to Project Linus, or a local charity of your own.

Please read on to learn more about Project Linus and how we can help. ♥ Rhondda

Featured Charity of the Month 2018

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Featured Crochet Charity for November 2018. Project Linus.

November Featured Charity Project Linus from Petals to Picots PIN

These crochet blanket edging patterns make it super quick and easy to add a heartfelt touch to a fabric blanket that can provide comfort to a child in need.

Project Linus is a U.S.-based non-profit organization close to my heart. The organization works to provide comfort for seriously ill and traumatized children and teens through the distribution of handmade blankets.

Blankets can be crocheted, knit, quilted, or anything else that gives the blanket a handmade custom feel. While Project Linus does not have a size requirement, each chapter may have particular size needs depending on the facilities they serve. It’s always good to check with your local chapter to understand their particular needs.

As with all items made for donation, they should be clean, free of smoke or perfumes, free from pet hair and dander, and made from a cotton or cotton/poly blend material to minimize chance of allergic reactions.

To get involved and find more about the specific requirements and needs in your area, you can find your local chapter here. You can also visit them on Facebook or Twitter to learn more.

Thank you for visiting us for another Charity of the Month Post.


Kara Petals to Picots Kara Gunza is a crochet and knitting instructor and the blogger behind Petals to Picots, a popular fiber crafts site featuring lots of free crochet and knit patterns, tutorials and more!

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