Happening now: Knitting, sewing to help Sandy storm survivors

November 18, 2012 at 1:03 pm | In How to help, West Seattle businesses, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

That’s Virginia Bowen, owner of Seattle Yarn, with some of the hats/scarves/gloves made/donated so far on behalf of Superstorm Sandy survivors, as the knit-in/sew-in at Seattle Yarn and nearby Stitch & Sew Studio continues this afternoon. The photo is courtesy of Jen Boyer, who shared first word of the plan a week ago. Virginia is offering a dollar-off coupon for any item donated, handmade or not, through tomorrow. Other keep-warm items like blankets are welcome too. Seattle Yarn is at 5633 California SW; Stitch & Sew is at 5910 California SW.

2 Comments

  1. Virginia at Seattle Yarn rulz!!!!

    Comment by DKL — 3:00 pm November 18, 2012 #

  2. Go Virginia. Wish I had seen this sooner. Great work!!!

    Comment by i'mcoveredinbees — 3:57 pm November 18, 2012 #

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