Knitting Show and Tell.

A little bit of Show and Tell to celebrate breaking the 15,000 knitted square milestone.

Go team.

Thank you and enjoy.

P.S. Don’t feel intimidated… we still want the single colour, plain stitched squares and blankets too. These ones might look impressive but they all do the same job.



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6 responses to “Knitting Show and Tell.

  1. Marian

    Lovely blankets. But it seems that some are made from acrylic not wool. Is that ok?

    • Hi Marian. As much as we are trying to encourage the use of pure wool, we are still receiving some acrylic blankets and squares. They are ok – but of course wool is better! Wool is more fire retardant, a better insulator and lasts a lot longer.

  2. All I can say is WOW!!! The photos of the blankets are certainly impressive and my three quarters completed, plain blanket looks positively boring in comparison. But am heartened by the fact that it is all for a good cause, no matter what it looks like.

  3. Robyn

    I would like to tell you about a dear friend of mine. She had terminal cancer. In January she visited me and I showed her the squares I had knitted. She said I can do them too. By February she had knitted and crocheted enough for two blankets. Sadly my friend passed away at the beginning of March but I like to think that a child will have a lovely warm blanket thanks to her efforts. She was an inspiration.

    • Hi Robyn. Thank you for sharing that lovely story of your dear friend with us. She is indeed an inspiration, and her knitted blanket will make a difference for a family in need. We appreciate both her, and your support. Thank you.

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