Friday, June 01, 2007

Knitting at Food & Friends

For new Food & Friends clients, we’d like to deliver pot holders (hot pads, oven mitts, etc). That means we need 100+ a month! To knit or crochet, use wool or cotton (not acrylic, which melts).

When quilting use cotton fabric & batting. Minimum finished size: 7” x 7”. Remember to add a loop for hanging. Potholders knit with loops are also welcome. The wilder, the better.

Send to: Food & Friends,
Attn: Potholders
219 Riggs Road NE
Washington, DC 20011

Include your name & address (or a SASE) within the package so that we can send you a thank you note. You may also deliver your donation directly to Food & Friends, Monday - Saturday.

Our annual scarf drive will run December-January. Due to storage constraints, please do not send scarves, hats and other warm things until December.Thank you!

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1 Comments:

Blogger aratanil said...

Hi - I wanted to send along a story from this morning's Washington Post that I thought you and your readers might enjoy. It's about a rapper, who is also an AIDS educator who enjoyed crocheting in his free time. Maybe you can recruit him for one of your charity knitting/crocheting projects!

http://bit.ly/vsGeJ

take care.

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