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2017 Charm City Yarn Crawl - March 24 - April 2
2017 Charm City Yarn Crawl - March 24 - April 2
2017 Charm City Yarn Crawl - March 24 - April 2
The 2017 Charm City Yarn Crawl
is set to be held March 24-April 2
The cost to participate is $15 which buys you a Yarn Crawl tote (show it to get your 20% discount at all participating shops) and passport. When you visit a participating shop, have your passport stamped. Each yarn shop will offer a raffle prize valued at $100.00. At the end of the yarn crawl drop off your passport at the shop with the prize you'd most like to win.
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Get ready to CRAWL!!
Become a knitwit for Madiba!
Sign up NOW to make a blanket or just
a square to make into a blanket.
Drop your completed blanket and/or Squares
in the basket at All About Yarn
What is 67 Blankets?
Nelson Mandela devoted 67 years of his life to public service and human rights. 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela is a worldwide initiative to knit/crochet blankets for the less fortunate. Participants are invited to either make a blanket or contribute squares for us to join into blankets. We are growing this initiative here in the Baltimore area. We plan to distribute all blankets made to local charities in the Greater Baltimore Region after laying them around the Nelson Mandela statue in Washington DC on July 18, 2016. Let's make some history right here in DC!! We are committing to 67 Blankets from the Baltimore area! HELP us reach this goal! Be Part of the FUN!
'It always seems impossible until it's done" - Nelson Mandela
Contact Veronica at
PHONE: 443-979-3419

Survivors Offering Support (SOS) is an all volunteer organization of breast cancer survivors who dedicate time to help recently diagnosed women. SOS provides "Recovery Gift Bags" filled with useful and needed "gifts" from local and national businesses to each breast cancer patient on the day of their surgery. Handmade knit/crochet scarves are an integral part of these bags. When the scarf is completed the knitter/crocheter attaches a tag which tells the patient that the scarf was handmade and the knitter signs their name. Patients who receive these scarves love the fact that a "live" person made the scarf just for them. Each year more than 125 women undergo breast cancer surgery at HCGH, and for many, this gift bag is a ray of hope and sunshine on an otherwise very gloomy day.

We will be a collection point for these gifts -
and remember, they don't have to be pink, just pretty!

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