Got an hour to spare? Need to pare down that stash?
Knit a scarf!
Warm and Fuzzy, a group of friendly teen knitters in San Francisco, is collecting scarves for the homeless and impoverished in the Bay Area and we need your help! An hour or two of your time can make a world of difference for someone in need. Warm and Fuzzy asks you to spend that time knitting (or crocheting!) . A hand-made scarf is not only personal and priceless, it's practical, too!
Knit a scarf between now and Valentine's Day and, well, feel the love.
Donate your scarf at any of the following locations:
3897 18th St (at Sanchez)
2073 Greenwich St (at Webster)
1945 Divisadero St (between Pine and California)
1556 Haight St (between Clayton and Ashbury)
5636 Geary Blvd (at 21st Ave)
601 Irving St (at 7th Ave)
For more information, check us out at www.myspace.com/warmandfuzzySF.