We received these wonderful hats from our dear friend Nancy. We were so overwhelmed with joy when she contacted us to let us know that she was back to work on all of these wonderful hats. She told me that her husband came accross her yarn stash and told her she needed to get rid of some of it. We are glad he did as pictured above is the result of her purging. She even has a new idea for creating a security octopus for our NICU warriors and she is working on those for her next donation. We can’t wait to see her new creations as she is such a talented crocheter.
If anyone else feels the need to purge some of their yarn they have stashed away we would love to take the creations off your hands:)
Here are 2 little hats for 2 baby girls in the NICU that I quickly whipped up.
We are collecting hats for children and adult chemo warriors, as well as for babies in the NICU. Our goal is to continue with our monthly deliveries, so we will need a pretty substantial and steadfast supply of hats, scarves, blankets or anything else your heart guides you to knit, crochet, loom-knit or sew.
Please let us know if you need any more information. You can contact us
Have a fantastic day!
My 9 year old daughter recently decided that she wanted to make hats to give to others in need. So I taught her how to use the loom and above are her recent creations. She has quite the eye for colors. She mixed yarn colors I would never had thought to do. She was definitely born with more artistic skills than I have. She is just beginning to hone her skills and I hope to see some more creations form her in the future.
So proud to have a daughter that has the desire to give back and happy that I can help to instill the importance of giving back.
We received our fourth shipment from Sheila from Bronx, New York.
Her card reads:
Once again, I am happy to be a part of your mission. Enclosed are a few hats, hope they will bring joy to the recipients.
Thank you so much, Sheila for your continued support we can’t wait for your next donations!
Please remember that we are trying to create hats for a large delivery to children these next few months and we would appreciate donations to help us make our next shipment a LARGE one. Now is the time that children will need to keep warm with Winter beginning to set in. Thank you to all who continue to support us and we look forward to seeing all of your creations.
I knitted these 2 baby hats on the loom a few weeks ago but am just now able to show them to you.
These hats will keep 2 babies in the NICU warm, which is important to their survival –something I just learned when we spoke to Cindy,who is traveling to Guatemala.
I enjoy loom knitting, but really can’t make as many hats as I’d like to– as school is my main focus.
These will be included in our next delivery, which makes me very proud!
Welcome to the world- Baby Gwen!
Gwen was born in late January in Ontario, California 5 weeks earlier than expected weighing a little over 3 pounds.
We are so proud to see that such a beautiful baby wearing one of our hats! Her mother graciously shared her pictures and story of this beautiful baby with Knitting Rays of Hope!
It’s so inspirational to see our hats on our babies and cancer warriors! We are making a difference! Knitting Rays of Hope impacts lives and families!
Thank you, Sarah for sharing your beautiful baby girl with our Knitting Rays of Hope community! You have inspired us to continue our works in Hope, Love & Faith!
Last week, my mom took my son to deliver 241 hats to the NICU at Queen of the Valley in West Covina,
This is our first time delivering to Queen of the Valley, which has a 40 bed Newborn Intensive Care Unit, one of the largest in the area.
We are proud and very grateful to have a dedicated team that helps us spread hope! With this shipment, our counter is at 2,865 hats donated by the Knitting Rays of Hope Team! This is so amazing and we appreciate everyone who has made this possible!
My 10 year old son and Teresa, a NICU nurse with the bag full of 241 NICU hats!
Now that summer months have come and gone, colder weather is just around the corner, and the need for warm hats and scarves increases. Your contributions are needed now more than ever; if you are interested in contributing to our special cause, please contact us:
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook – www.facebook.com/KnittingRaysOfHope
or leave a comment on our blog :).
Thank you! Thank you!