Where can I send a premature baby for knitting?

Where do you send premature babies clothes?

Bonnie Babies sends premature baby outfits and blankets to special care baby units around the UK and to parents who need support. Algerian Action provide clothing and toys to needy children aged between 0-12 and ‘baby packs’ to mothers who have nothing for their new-borns.

What charities can I knit for?

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  • Project Linus. Over the last 25 years, Project Linus has donated more than 7 million knitted and crocheted blankets to children who are ill or are survivors of trauma. …
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  • Soldiers’ Angels.

Where can I send my knitted squares?

Warm Up America requests donations of 7″ x 9″ squares, along with completed afghans, baby and lap blankets, or any other items that can help keep people warm. These are sent to social service organizations all over the country.

Do hospitals accept baby blankets?

Hospitals – Some hospitals will accept baby blanket donations. Check with your local hospital, especially if they have a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or if the majority of patients are below the poverty line. Pregnancy Centers – Contact your local Pregnancy Center or Birthing Center.

Where can I send baby blankets?

Bonnie Babies – make and send premature clothing, blankets and burial outfits to hospitals, bereavement units, hospices, orphanages and special baby care units in the UK, and also to parents who need support.

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What can I knit for homeless?

Any skill level of knitter can knit for homeless folks.

Beginners can knit scarves, hats, and blanket squares. If you’re a more accomplished knitter, consider knitting gloves and mittens; charities desperately need them. And if you enjoy knitting socks, do so! They are just as happily accepted as other items.

How do I get free wool?

Here are Barbara’s Top Ten Tips to get FREE YARN:

  1. CRAFT/CHURCH GROUPS: Many churches, libraries, and non-profits have knitting/crocheting/craft groups. …
  2. GARAGE SALES: Visit Church and school garage/rummage sales on the very last day. …
  3. TELL YOUR FRIENDS: …
  4. ESTATES: …
  5. ONLINE FREEBIE GROUPS: …
  6. RAVELRY: …
  7. THRIFT STORES: …
  8. UPCYCLE YARN: