The May 2013 Square Heart Award goes to:
Susan Haines of Knoxville, Tennessee
Susan joined KAS in August 2009. She is a consistent producer of the "Plain Jane" square.
Susan's squares are not so plain! Each one is unique in that the patterns, colors, and textures vary.
Susan is also an active member of the KAS forum, always ready to encourage other members.
For more information and comments, please visit the Square Heart Awardpage.
Welcome to our KAS community of over 10,000, who lovingly send 8” squares to make hand-made blankets for the South African AIDS orphans.
Thank you for joining us and for your contributions to the orphaned and vulnerable children. For guidance on what is needed in South Africa please check out the 2013 Wish List from Ronda.
All the information regarding squares and where to send them you will find on our official website.
If you have questions about KAS, postage, or what to knit or crochet, please read through our Frequently Asked Questions. If you'd like to learn more about using the forum, have a look at our "How Do I?" help guide.
To benefit from your membership, you might like to introduce yourself in ‘Meeting You!’. You may also like to start your own personal blog in which you can post your news, views and family stories and photos.
Here is a post that will touch your heart: Thank you KAS.
We run a challenge each month. The details are here.
Don't forget to post photographs of your work. We have an awesome gallery of the work of the KAS community which is really inspiring.
Did you receive the latest ezine? If not you can view it here.For precise details about the project, visit www.knit-a-square.com
Some of our members further support KAS by making a small monthly donation through Paypal (top right hand corner). This is invaluable help as it ensures we can continue to ensure that your work is speedily distributed to the most needy children in South Africa. We are deeply grateful for any donation we receive, be it monetary or squares to help the orphans. Thank you.
If you have any problems using the forum, please don't hesitate to contact your friendly moderators.
Sandy, Kalai and Ronda
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