Knitters, crocheters, people who know people and people who want to learn. Love-Squared needs volunteers to make and donate 8″ squares from any type of yarn. They will be joined with other 8″ squares to make afghans for our country’s homeless kids. PLEASE contact Leah Casarez info@love-squared.org for more info and to commit.


5 Comments on "Welcome"

  1. Michelle Elliott says:

    Would like to help Please send information Mailing address and anything else I need to know Thanks

  2. Deepa Khetia says:

    I would really like to help! Please let me know how. Thank you:)

    • Leah says:

      Hello. I apologize for taking so long to get back to you. The notifications for the site are not working for some reason. Any way, I appreciate and welcome your help and interest. We accept 8-inch squares of any color, pattern or fiber. These are sewn to other 8-inch squares, 30 total, to make blankets for homeless children in the USA. If you would like to send squares the address is
      217 Nichols Dr
      Saline, MI 48176

      Thank you again!!!

  3. Lila Canter says:

    Hi Leah:
    I’m Lila, Resa’s mother, Hebi told be about your wonderful dedication to the homeless children in our WONDERFUL AMERICA.
    I’m in the middle of two projects for my daughter, she is very active in the PTA, for both her sons, one a special needs child and thank g-d the other is fine, so I’m making 180 what we call bookworms, for the old fashion people that still read real books, they are a bookmark , and I’m also making 90 Hawaii Lei’s for teacher appreciation day, hopefully they will be completed by the end of February and I will start with the squares and ask my knitting group to help as well.
    Keep up the good work, speak to you soon.

    • Leah says:

      Hello, Lila.
      Thank you for all of the work you are doing. That is a whole lot of crafting!!
      I am awful at checking in on the blog. Should you need a quick reply, I can be easily reached at: leah@love-squared.org

      I look forward to talking with you.

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