A couple of years ago when the Syrian refugee crisis was the prevailing news story, I had talked with some friends about wanting to knit items to send over to those displaced. I am so happy to hear about an organization collecting such donations and a group of knitters participating in the “Keep Syria Warm” knit-a-long, so I jumped on board immediately. We are knitting this classic kerchief pattern by Fox and Folk, which she offered for free to those participating in the KAL. It’s a sweet pattern that I had been interested in knitting anyway. I am hoping to make a few of these to send off by the end of February, and it is a quiet delight to be able to do something with my hands, small though it may be, to send over to keep someone in Syria warm during the coldest months of winter. I pray it is a blessing and a tangible reminder to whomever receives it that they are seen and cared for.
Still reading Sylvia’s Farm.
Wishing you a happy Tuesday! It’s a dreary, rainy one here but we are attempting to make the best of it.
Joining with Nicole’s weekly Crafting On.