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Caring and Sharing

While so many of us love making things for ourselves and our families, many in the Lion community go further, creating for those in need. Join us in this section and be touched by these true stories of caring and sharing submitted by Lion Brand readers.

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Knitting & Crocheting for Others

I knit & crochet hats, mittens,scarves, lapghans & slippers for the Ronald McDonald House in Marshfield, WI in memory of my 3 year-old-niece Jenna. I also began making Angel Suckers (an angel that goes over a Tootsie Pop). I belong to a yarn group that meets every Monday evening & Thursday afternoon at our local Library. The ladies also contribute handmade items to the boxes I send down via a member of our local Hospital.

Recently I have heard that while doing Chemotherapy the hands get very cold - I have begun making Handwarmers (they look like the Leg Warmers we used to make/wear). I use odds & ends of yarn to make them colorful. I have heard from the Cancer Center of Rhinelander, WI (where I am from) that the people really enjoy receiving these as they help keep their hands warm and it warms their heart that someone cares to do this for them.

We don't have a set amount of items that we make - though I do take pictures of items being sent, it is quite amazing how they do add up. I hope other groups & knitter/crocheters would find a group that could use handmade items.

Thank you for promoting something so wonderful --- HELPING OTHERS WITH A GIFT GOD HAS GIVEN US - the ability to knit & crochet.


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