Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.


“All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today.” ~Proverb

Earlier this year, we connected with a dear lady, Denise from LoomaHat (link), and she has been so supportive of Knitting Rays of Hope and our mission.  We are so grateful for her and our friendship, that it is difficult to express as eloquently as I wish I could.  She has recently designed a hat just for us and donated these 3 lovely hats using her pattern. These hats will be loved by their recipients!  For the free pattern, please visit LoomaHat’s post on Basketweave Stitch Hat  (link).

She has been such a great supporter of helping to spread awareness for Knitting Rays of Hope.  We have been featured numerous times on her blog and just would like to take an opportunity to show her some love back.

The Loomahat blog (link) has great tutorials and information for Loom Knitting.  Please stop by.  We are sure once you check the blog out, it will become one of your favorite bookmarks!

Please follow Loomahat on your preferred social media site (or all) :):

Blog: http://www.loomahat.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoomaHat
PInterest: http://www.pinterest.com/loomahat
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoomaHat

Denise has also recently created a blog that contains Spanish loom knitting tutorials.  The blog is: http://www.comotelar.com 

Please let her know that your friends at Knitting Rays of Hope sent you.

Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!  Though “thank you” doesn’t seem enough, I hope you know how treasured your friendship is to us!
~Pali & Vanessa


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