Using needles and yarn to create comfort and warmth for our community
Can't knit or crochet? We will teach you!
Have leftover yarn or needles/hooks you no longer use? We will take them!
Meetings: Not required, but if you would like to click together, come to the Commons area from 2-4 pm on the first Wednesday and/or the Straley Room from 7-9 pm on the third Monday of each month.
Tabling: Visit us during coffee hour in the Jones Building on the third Sunday of each month.
Block Donations: You can make blocks at home and share them when you are ready!
The Spiritual Practice of Knitting and Crocheting
(Borrowed from ERUUF's Clicking for a Cause Page)
A spiritual practice is a regular activity that you use to come closer to life's mystery and to touch the "heart spaces" within you. While their hands are busy, some Clickers think about the people to whom their project will be presented. Others use the time to focus their minds and hands on the rhythm and motion, simply settling into the process of creation. Others say silent prayers. Some Clickers, especially knitters, like to use patterns in mutiples of three stitches—three being a sacred number in many faith traditions. "Clicking" is an opportunity to grow in spirit while creating gifts of comfort and love.
More information can be found at http://www.eruuf.org/Caring/clickers.html
For more patterns and information about block ministries, visit the Warm Up America website at: http://www.warmupamerica.org/.