UPDATED: The contest is now closed and you can see the results here. This post shows all the prizes that the winners received. If you read this blog post and you were an entrant, I AM VERY PROUD OF YOU!
You know that feeling you get when you are both proud and excited?
Hopefully you do because it’s a pretty cool feeling.
The Contest itself was presented to me a little over two months ago, and I got to pick the prizes. When I proposed the yarn craft contest to the Instructables folks, I was able to add a brief description of how important I believe using your talents for charities are.
In my case, and what the contest was able to reflect that was important to me, was two different charities.
The first charity is Senior Paws Elder Dog Rescue.
This is Jafari. He is our foster dog from Senior Paws. He was found on the street and was guessed to be about 10 years old. He is completely blind and bumps into things more than I would have imagined.
But, he’s the sweetest, softest dog I have ever met. I believe that taking care of this animal is part of my service to the Lord Almighty. I know my own parents would disagree, but it’s how I feel.
I will write up a separate post about my experience of being a dog-foster mom soon!
The second charity that I got to mention is called Threads of Love.
The church I attend has a description of all the items that we accept, and small blankets to cover the babies are no exception. The site link is: College Church of Christ, Threads of Love Mission.
I wrote an Instructable on how to crochet the blanket you see here. The blanket is relatively easy to make due to its size, and I try to make one every month. (I used to be better at it so I emphasize the word TRY.) I know there are so many charities that will accept handmade items, and although the contest is specifically for yarn & thread craft, I know many charities will accept sewn items.
A run down of the prizes is as follows:
Grand Prize includes:
Samsung WB250F 14.2MP CMOS Smart Digital Camera
The Grand Prize, the Judges Prize and the First Prize winners also get:
I hope you check the contest out and please feel free to message me on Instructables for a free digital gift!