Thursday, April 21, 2011

Cute Patterns, Money for Japan Relief

My friend Leslie of the blog More with Les is making a wonderfully generous offer. She says:

"I’m so amazed that Kay Gardiner’s Mitered Crosses Blanket pattern has raised thousands of dollars for aid to Japan.  It’s so awesome.  While I don’t have any new pattern designs to offer for the same cause, I’m pledging that all pattern sales I earn in the next 10 days will go directly to The International Red Cross.  Because I don’t generally sell a lot of patterns, I am pledging to match any pattern sales.  That means for every $3 pattern I sell between April 20 and April 30, I will donate $6 to The International Red Cross.  You can find my patterns on Ravelry and on Patternfish. "
(Go to her site and all those links will work just fine. Plus you'll get to see her adorable patterns! I especially love 'Jake' with it's cunning basketball topper and 'Sarah' with it's subtle feminine detailing)

1 comment:

Don Meyer said...

Maybe I should stop being amazed by the generosity of ordinary people.