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Little Hats Big Hearts Project


February is American Heart Month. American Heart Association Volunteers are spreading awareness by crocheting or knitting red hats for all babies born in February at participating hospitals. Congenital heart defects is the most common type of birth defect. If you would like to know more information or would like to participate in the Little Hats, Big Hearts™ project please go to

Thanks to my Friend Selma I didn’t know about this project until she tagged me in a flyer. I created a template for anyone that is donating hats from Philadelphia, Pa.


I will be putting them in each bag with each hat I make. I used Microsoft to create it.  I print ten on white card stock paper. I will upload photos on all the red crochet hats soon. Thanks in Advance!!!

Here’s the link to download the template little hats big hearts Philly

Peace, Love and Happy Donating!

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How to Package Your Handmade Goodies?

Hey Guys! I love doing random act of KINDNESS! Last weekend, I crocheted a little girl a hat and infinity scarf set. When she received it yesterday afternoon, she was so surprised to see it was finished. She took off her glasses so she can put her hat on. Thank goodness it fitted. She didn’t put the scarf on because, she wanted to show her Mom the scarf wrapped up in the packaging.  I thought that was so nice of her. Below you can download the template to help you create your own wrapping for your handmade goodies.




They print 3 on a sheet. The wrap didn’t fit around the the scarf. So, I got my lovely hole puncher to put a hole on each end. Then I attached my scrap yarn to tie around, just enough to wrap the scarf.


(Click and Save it)

NOTE: Save and Edit in a photo editor program/app to add your Logo or business contact info. Make sure it’s all center. Also, when you print make sure your setting is on landscape. I used Card Stock paper.