KOGO (Knit One Give One) is an organisation that collects and distributes hand crafted items, mainly knit and crochet, to various charities from women's shelters to premie babies to the homeless... etc. I discovered KOGO when we moved to Australia in 2008 which coincided with my picking up knitting/crochet again after a long hiatus, since then it has become a tradition for me to contribute to the collection what I can each year. I don't often list items I make for KOGO but this week this is the only thing I have for show and tell ;-)
trial continues... yes and I'm getting really tired!
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How sweet. I am sure a young one much in need of comfort will adore it. Good on you to contribute! I need to step up as I haven't knit much for charity this year. Thanks for the reminder!ReplyDelete
How nice of you to take part in KOGO. I am sure the blanket will be much appreciated. Thanks also for your comments on my blog. Enjoy getting feedback from everyone.ReplyDelete
That's a lot of charity knitting over the years. You really should post about them, they are your finished projects, not to mention they help you reduce the stash ;-)ReplyDelete
Very generous to knit and gift an entire blanket.ReplyDelete
Aside from the awesome that it is to make something like that for charity... it's really pretty. I am so digging the half and half colors going on. Lovely.ReplyDelete
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Thank you! How very kind of you, not sure I'm a deserving recipient tho ;-)Delete
I'll bet your blanket will keep someone nice and warm. I'm sending thoughts for continued strength and staying power so you can get through the trial. Hope you're having a restful day today at least.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your kind words and the thoughts, I need all the strength I can get right now! It means a lot! xxDelete
What a great organization. Sometimes you want to make something for charity but don't know which one. Glad that there is one that helps coordinate. I like the two tone blanket.ReplyDelete