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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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Project Linus

I have been involved in Project Linus that makes blankets for sick, abused, injured or mourning children.

I got involved through my best friend who works with the chapter in Carroll County. I have been doing this for almost 3 years and so fat I have completed 84 crocheted blankets.

Our name is usually attached to the blankets before they are delivered. The many thank-you notes that I have received is my inspiration to keep crocheting. Parents write thank yous but some of the hand drawn ones from little abused children are heart-wrenching.

Sometimes their blanket is the only thing they have that belongs to them when they are removed from an abused situation. The blankets are given to them by a social worker or other responsible adult.

Each time I open them I sit there with tears running down my face and vow to keep making blankets as long as my fingers hold out.

It is only a llittle thing but I feel so fortunate that I can bring s little happiness into someones life.


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