Mary knits one teen-sized blanket EVERY WEEK for children admitted to our local hospitals. She can use our help. Find sizes and pattern ideas on the national site. Mary L, coordinator
We knitted, crocheted, and loomed over 375 hats for a Philadelphia school. In conjunction to several other knitting groups, we are providing warm hats and scarves to each of the 400 students -- in time for 2019's winter weather.
We knit and crochet for the Prayer Shawl Ministry at St. Matthew Parish.
We also supply wheel chair blankets to the VA Hospital and Blankets to Hospice.
Shawls for the Gift of Life Donor Program, to ensure that every donor family attending the annual Life and Legacy Celebration receives a hand-knit or crocheted wrap. Shawl sizes and pattern suggestions are found at above link.
We sent over 300 5" squares to Project Amigo. The squares were assembled into blankets for their families in Colima, Mexico. Unfortunately due to logistical issues, the blanket program will be discontinued as of 12/31/19.
We knit preemie hats for local Newborn/Infant Intensive Care Units as well as tiny layettes and bereavement blankets. (top down knit-to-fit hat pattern
We help stock the food pantry as well as financial support for Meals-on-Wheels and CNS's other community assistance programs.
This program of the Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center brings horses to visit residents of nursing homes and rehabilitation centers. Ivy Hill volunteers like to give each senior a remembrance of their visit. We felt the Waldorf ponies most endearing. We used 2 horse patterns: One piece and Two Piece.
In March, 2010 we completed our most ambitions project ever by delivering 130 helmet liners for our National Guard Unit in Spring City as they deployed for duty in Afghanistan. This balaclava is a useful ski-mask. Knit to fit any size using our Top-down Pattern.