As many of you know the people of Australia are dealing with massive flooding taking place in their country. Many lives have been lost and thousands of people are homeless and have lost everything. It's a very sobering ordeal, and I've been wishing there was something I could do to help, but didn't know what I could possibly do as an individual to make a real difference!
Well, I found a way that people like little ol' me CAN make a difference!
Sarah London, an officianado in the world of crochet, has put together a fantastic way to cheer people, and help them out during this time of need! It's called 'Crochet a Rainbow!' The idea is that she will be collecting granny squares of crocheters around the world, to piece together to make bright, colorful afghans to send to the flood victims on Australia...as a reminder that after every storm, there is a rainbow!
It's a beautiful, and simple way that individuals, like little ol' me, really can help someone out: to give them hope and something to cheer them as they rebuild what they've lost.
If you are interested in helping out with this great project CLICK HERE TO GET ALL THE DETAILS OF HOW TO BECOME INVOLVED!
If you don't know how to crochet, but would still like to help out, I would love to accept donations of yarn scraps, that can then be made into Granny Squares that can be sent to this cause! Please, leave a comment, and let me know if you are interested in donating yarn, and I will e-mail you about the details of which kind of yarn to use, and where you can send it!
I know that as a group of dedicated crafters and crocheters, we really can make a difference in the lives of the people affected by these devastating floods at this time!
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Thanks for your help!