Spreading Hope…a hat at a time.

Betsy in Pennsylvania sent us a package full of hats for babies in the NICU earlier this month.


Betsy has donated several times prior, and we are grateful for her generous donations.  Thanks again Betsy for these beautiful hats.


Comments on: "12 Hats From Pennsylvania" (9)

  1. Wow Wow wow I love these! So soft and beautiful! What a beautiful project and giving hope is beautiful to keep those itty bitty heads warm! ❤ I love this

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    • Thanks so much! We greatly appreciate your support!


      • OH yay I have several friends that knit and make little things. I thought maybe one in particular would love to do this and send them to you! 😀 I think this is so wonderful. It’s close to my heart because I had/have a sick child that could have used one of these sweet precious hats.

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      • I’m sorry to hear that your child was sick… it’s just so heartbreaking to hear how common these types of cases and they are all around us.
        We would love to get to know your friends! We are always looking for knitters/crocheters and their contributions 😉 ((Hugs))


      • I love what you all do! ❤

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      • Your friendship and support really means the world to us! I cannot even describe it with words. 🙂


  2. Reblogged this on Show An~Tell Me About It! and commented:
    Oh wow I love this sweet hearted friend and all her knitting friends. I wish I could knit I’d join in but since I am still working on my nephews blanket I started when he was born and he’s now 8, I’ll share this beautiful gift! ❤

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  3. That’s so nice. We have a knit hat and a blanket made and donated for NICU babies. While those days were the most stressful of our lives and I don’t always want a souvenir of our time there it is so nice for people to donate their time and talents for NICU families. We’ll keep them both always.


    • I am so glad that you were able to receive some cuddly items. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your story. It is our immediate intention to provide support, hope and love for the families that have to be in the NICU.


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