Crochet Hexagons for a Good Cause

I wrote about Natasja’s blog, Crochetime earlier. Natasja is the one who is behind Crochet for Kidneys, an initiative that results in warm crochet blankets delivered to patients with dialysis in the UK. The first event took place in November, I also sent a few granny squares by post, that were later joined together with other squares to form blankets. You can read a lot about this process in Natasja’s blog. And you should definitely look at the pictures of the patients receiving the blankets.Β Can you imagine: they are just sitting there, receiving their long, probably not too pleasent treatments, and then a complete stranger walks up to them, to hand over a beautiful, hand-made blanket… You can see the surprise and happiness on their faces, it is fantastic πŸ™‚ I felt so proud about my 4 little, crooked squares I sent, when I saw that gentleman hugging the blanket πŸ™‚

If you would like to be a part of the same thing, and you can crochet, here is your time! Natasja is organising the second part of Crochet for Kidneys, this time she would like to receive hexagons from crocheters around the World. You can read about the details in her post, she also provides some sources for different hexagon patterns. I already started to make some of them. Simple hexagons and african flowers – I especially enjoyed the latter ones πŸ™‚

Hexagons

So if you can imagine yourself sitting back in a nice armchair, surrounded by some yarn in between two Christmas meals, I suggest you make some hexagons πŸ™‚ Deadline is in February.

African Flowers

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3 thoughts on “Crochet Hexagons for a Good Cause

  1. Pingback: Crochet Hexagons for a Good Cause | crochetime

    • Thank you πŸ™‚ I am not sure how much art is there in a few crochet hexagons… but the fact that they are hand-made definitely makes them special, I think πŸ™‚

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