Nikki, In Stitches on Better Connecticut!!


I can no longer refer to my sweater drive as “this little project of mine.”

It has grown bigger than I ever could have imagined, and I couldn’t be happier!

Today I appeared on Better Connecticut making a call for sweaters, and had so much fun with Scot and Kara.  Welcome to all of my new readers!  It was a great experience and really just another confirmation of how giving people can be.  I was put in touch with the show through a friend of a friend, and with their help, I have the potential to warm over 300 pairs of hands this winter!  I never could have guessed things would have gotten this big, this fast.

If you are interested in donating sweaters, you can drop them off this Saturday at Lisa’s Clover Hill Quilts, 27 Webster Square, Berlin, CT 06037.  If you are unable to drop them off, just leave a comment or email me at NikkiInStitches@gmail.com.  We can certainly set up a pick up.  When I first started this project, I promised myself there would never be such a thing as “too many sweaters.”  There will always be more hands that need warming!!

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, to everyone that has already helped in this year’s sweater drive, and again, welcome to everyone visiting from Better Connecticut.  Together, let’s warm the hearts and hands of Connecticut’s homeless this winter!

XOXO,

Nikki, In Stitches

Possibly Related Posts from Nikki, In Stitches:

It’s Time For New Back-to-School Clothes! (A kick-off post for this year’s sweater drive)

New Life For Old Sweaters (Last year’s kick-off post)

You Never Know (Last year’s wrap-up post)

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2 Responses to Nikki, In Stitches on Better Connecticut!!

  1. Chris says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Nikki…….!

  2. Pat says:

    Nikki great idea – can you share how you make them? I think this is a great project for a community service project- I would love to share it with the kids…

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