Posts Tagged ‘charity’

Craftster Quickies: How to Make No Sew Blankets for Charity

In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you how to make no sew blankets! No sew blankets make great donations for charitable causes! They are also awesome for those cozy autumn evenings on the patio. Whip up a few and store them in a basket for when guests visit. Happy Crafting!

Crafting for Good

Did you make a New Year’s resolution this year? I did, and it’s to try every day to do an act of kindness. There are a lot of ways one can help others using their crafting skills, and here are a few ideas I just love. Inspired by Little Dresses for Africa, mirandarenee sewed a […]

Free Hats for the Those in Need

Creative thoughts from Craftster Guest Blogger SevsOnlyGirl… With the economy the way it is, there is so much that Craftsters can do to help! I first read about this in the Grand Rapids Press (I live in MI) and then I saw member Keena about leaving hats for the homeless in California. Crocheters and Knitters […]

December 22, 2010 Featured Projects

Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by jungrrl. We hope you enjoy them! Crochet Hats For The Homeless (Large Photos) by […]

Etsy + Citymeals-on-Wheels need your help to spread the love

Hey gals and guys! Etsy is teaming up with Citymeals-on-Wheels to bring nutritious meals, handmade greeting cards and companionship to thousands of homebound elderly New Yorkers. They’re calling out for help to supply the cards, so let’s spread the crafty love! You can find all the details here:

Red Heart® Super Saver® A Perfect Match for Special Olympics

This press release just came to us from Coats and Clark and we wanted to help spread the word! More details can be found at this link here: Charlotte, N.C.—Athletes at the 2009 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Idaho will be wrapped in a little handmade love, courtesy of knitters and crocheters across […]

NameMedia Gets Crafty for “Cradles to Crayons”

There’s a wonderful non-profit in the Boston area called Building Impact who engages people in office and residential buildings in order to harness their collective energy, resources, and goodwill to benefit other high-impact non-profit and community partners in Greater Boston. NameMedia was one of many companies who worked with Building Impact on a “Ready for […]

IDCA/Craft Revolution Fighting the Good Fight

Tamara from Independent Design and Craft Association and Craft Revolution has asked that I help spread the word about their latest cause: Check it out here:

Crafting for a Cause

The women behind thought of a great way to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. They have set up a special shop where crafters can donate handmade items and when they sell, the money goes to Red Cross Hurricane Relief Fund. And I think it’s working out well! I donated 3 […]

Crafting for a Cause

In the back of my mind, I’m always trying to think of ways to use crafting as a way of doing good in the world. The website Crafters for Critters has done a brilliant job of this. What it is is a nicely set up web shop full of cool things that awesomely talented crafters […]