Squares are made and sent to KAS from all over the world. When they arrive, they must be sorted, packed into bundles of 35. Then they are given to the Gogo groups and KAS volunteers to be made into beautiful blankets. They are returned to the KAS workshop and finally travel in the KASmobile to be distributed to the children who need them.
This is why we are jingling our bells early in the year. We want our Christmas blankets to be ready in plenty of time for Christmas
Give free rein to your creative talents. You can make PJ’s, striped or appliqued squares.
Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer,
Make this Christmas the best yet for KAS’s 10th anniversary.
AND of course all toys are welcome to share the fun.
The PoM this month is the Alphabet crochet square.
Instructions and graphs can be found in the KAS pattern book.
Here is an "N" for NOEL to start you off.
Oh Susan, these are gorgeous. Your grannies are always so special. I love both, but I especially like the one on the right ... not sure why ... hahaha ... xo
Many thanks, Gloria for your lovely comment. The dark blue and the red are actually wool with a sparkle, but the sparkle has not shown up in the photograph!
Two beauties, Susan....my fave is the one on the left......LOVING where you have placed the white accents in your square.....bright and cheery. :))
Beautiful bright grannies, Susan. They are delightful.
So bright and cheerful, and sparkles, too! That's always a bonus.
These are very much in the spirit of Christmas. So lovely as usual, Anne. I like the grannies. The chain stitch stripes ae really dazzling.
Gorgeous creations, Anne. Definitely Christmas squares :) xo
I love them all Anne, but the chain stitch square is really striking :))
Perfect Christmas colors. No doubt about the season.
Three fabulous Christmas squares, Anne. I LOVE the way the colours come together in the grannies....they're just so pretty. :))
Another fantastic square from Jude Sullivan. So whimsical! Something to keep little fingers occupied.