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It doesn’t take much for babies to lose their heat and become hypothermic.”As a result, Hope 2 Others developed the Hats 4 Hope newborn care kit to help give these at-risk babies a chance at life.
The kits, distributed at hospitals, include a quilt/afghan/blanket, a baby hat, and other care items for newborns, plus flip flops and a toothbrush for mothers who often do not have access to these essentials.
While blankets and hats are especially needed, other donations of time and materials are also welcomed by this Wisconsin-based 501(c)3 non-profit.
Find more information at Karen Klemp and Jane Krogstad - Hope2Others.
Kelly Krause—Wisconsin Make It With Wool Winner Kelly Krause, the Wisconsin Make It With Wool winner for garment construction, shared details of how her award-winning entry came together.
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Jourdan - Dreams Alive Beading Circle Carrie O’Connor and Nicole Cerda - Operation Chemo Comfort Deborah Michie - Stitchin’ for Kids Eighth Grade Students - Belleville Middle School Jan Householder - The Giving Doll Project Karen Klemp and Jane Krogstad - Hope2Others Kelly Krause - Wisconsin Make It With Wool Winner Laura Murray - Textile Artist and Designer Meg Cox - Quilt Expert and Author Paul Léger - All Guy Quilt Retreats Tammy Roussell - Mitsy Kit Adaptive Crafting For All Tenaya Hurst - Rogue Making Meg Cox—Quilt Expert and Author Nationally-recognized quilt expert and author, Meg Cox joined Nancy from Quilt Expo to discuss techniques that anyone can use to improve their quilt photography.
Meg discussed the increasing importance of taking high quality, well-composed photos of completed projects for sharing on social media and blogging, as well as for contest entries.
As a state competition representative, Kelly represented Wisconsin at the National Make It With Wool competition in Denver.