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A list of all 8 x 8" squares, pullovers, vests and hats, contributed by knitters and crocheters for the AIDS orphans and abandoned children of southern Africa
You can download our free knitting pattern, the KasCuddle to keep little babies made vulnerable or orphaned by AIDS in South Africa
Knitting for charity - knit or crochet squares to make blankets for abandoned babies, children and AIDS orphans in southern Africa.
You can help to keep AIDS orphans warm by supporting KasCare's knit-a-square program and knitting for charity to win the Joann Craft for A Cause Contest 2010.
Charity work by Soweto Comfort Club includes the knit-a square knitting project - joining knitted squares sent from around the world to make blankets for the children of Soweto, many of whom are affe
Would you like to know if your knitting for charity is making a difference to children and orphans living with aids in Africa? Square Circle ezine will bring you those stories.
The goal is to send 1,2 million squares to South Africa by July 10, 2012. Download this flyer to send to everyone you know in the world to join our knit-a-squillion challenge.
Do you love crocheting or knitting for charity for children? Knit or crochet squares to help make blankets for the abandoned babies, children and AIDS orphans of southern Africa.
Please donate a small regular amount to help knit-a-square continue our work to warm and comfort AIDS orphans.
For those of us who get frustrated trying to figure how many stitches to start with to get the right size. In general this pattern uses a #7-#10 knitting
I have worked out that for me I knit squares as follows: 36 stitches and 5 and a half mm knitting needles work out at exactly 8 inches. This is using
I am knitting with 12ply yarn made up from triple 4ply, using size 6 needles and 30 stitches per row. This makes very thick squares which might not mix