Fundraisers & Events

 

 

Dine for PK

Dine at Lost Dog Cafe on Columbia Pike on Saturday October 27.
Come in anytime between 11 am and 10 pm, mention Project Knitwell, and Lost Dog will generously donate 20% of sales to support ongoing programs at Project Knitwell.
Please RSVP to the event HERE. To make it a go, we need people by October 23.

Knit in Public with Project Knitwell on June 9

Mark Worldwide Knit in Public Day (yes it’s really a thing!) with Project Knitwell.

Join us on Saturday June 9, 2018 from 11 am to 2 pm at Market Common Clarendon.
We’ll be on the green common area with the gazebo and playground.

Want to learn to knit? Our volunteers will teach you.
Bring your knitting and a blanket or chair.
Bring water and a snack or visit one of the Market
Common Clarendon shops for coffee or lunch.
Come Knit, Chat, Take a chance in a Raffle!
FREE! Donations welcome.

Please note that there will be street closures due to a cycling event that day.  Metro is your best bet!

Click here for more info.

Come Knit with Us

Join us at two Alternative Giving Fairs in December

Project Knitwell has been invited to participate in two alternative giving fairs:  on December 2 in Takoma Park, MD, and on December 9 in Arlington, VA.

At both gift fairs, shoppers will have an opportunity to support Project Knitwell and other non-profits.   Working from shopping lists provided by the non-profits, shoppers make donations to support a specific service or item, and can then in turn, “gift” that item to someone on their holiday shopping list.   Both fairs are kid-friendly and will include an opportunity for children to “purchase” items for gifting.

Hope to see you at the fair!  Or if you can’t make it, check out the websites to see how you can purchase gifts in support of area non-profits on line.

Alternative Gifts of Greater Washington

19th Annual Takoma Park Alternative Gift Fair
Saturday, December 2, 12pm – 4pm
Takoma Park Presbyterian Church
310 Tulip Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912-4399

Post-Fair Farmer’s Market Gift Stand
Sunday December 10, 10am-2pm
Takoma Park Farmer’s Market
Corner of Carroll Ave and Laurel Ave, Takoma Park MD, 20912

http://aggw.org/index.html

 

Gifts that Give Hope
Saturday, December 9, 2017 – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Location:
Discovery Elementary School
5241 N. 36th St
Arlington, VA 22207
arlingtonva@giftsthatgivehope.org

Shop on Giving Tuesday!

Our friends at fibre space and Looped Yarn Works will donate a percentage of sales on November 28  — #GivingTuesday to Project Knitwell to help us share #KnittingLove with moms and dads with sick babies, men and women affected by homelessness, nurses, teens with emotional challenges, cancer patients, and others for whom knitting provides wellness, comfort, and community.  Everybody wins… you shop, you make holiday presents (or something for you!), and your purchase helps share the therapeutic benefits of knitting.  

Or if you’re done with your shopping, and just want to help share #KnittingLove, you can donate here: Share #KnittingLove

Take a Chance!

We’re raffling off two baskets on October 28 at the event we are co-hosting with author Ann Hood.

Each basket is chock full of goodies — including lots of books, yarn (including Madelinetosh, Brooklyn Tweed, Lollipop, and Mountain Colors) , knitting accessories, tea, spa and skin care products, chocolate, a private yoga class, a foot soak, and much more!

Thanks to One More Page Books, Looped Yarn Works, Second Story Knits, House of Steep,  Trade Roots, Rodan and Fields Representative Karla Conway, Ann Hood, and other donors for contributing!  Each basket valued at least $400 with more items being added daily!   All proceeds benefit Project Knitwell.   Need not be present to win.      Purchase Raffle Tickets Here!

Ann Hood is Coming! October 28

Project Knitwell and One More Page Books are pleased to host author Ann Hood on Saturday October 28 at 2 pm for a conversation about the comfort of knitting, reading, writing, and more.
Ann Hood is the author of The Knitting Circle, Knitting Yarns, Knitting Pearls, and many other fiction and non-fiction titles. She has written extensively about the comfort and inspiration that both knitting and books can provide. In Comfort, a Journey through Grief, a memoir about the sudden death of her five year old daughter Grace, Hood writes: “Knitting saved my life.”

She will read from her new release, Morningstar, and be available for a book signing.

The event will be held at 2200 N. Westmoreland St., #101 , Arlington, VA – in the Westlee, one floor up from One More Page.

Free and open to the public! Knitting during the event encouraged!

More info and register here!

Dine for PK

Dine at Lost Dog Cafe on Columbia Pike on Saturday October 27.
Come in anytime between 11 am and 10 pm, mention Project Knitwell, and Lost Dog will generously donate 20% of sales to support ongoing programs at Project Knitwell.
Please RSVP to the event HERE. To make it a go, we need people by October 23.

Knit in Public with Project Knitwell on June 9

Mark Worldwide Knit in Public Day (yes it’s really a thing!) with Project Knitwell.

Join us on Saturday June 9, 2018 from 11 am to 2 pm at Market Common Clarendon.
We’ll be on the green common area with the gazebo and playground.

Want to learn to knit? Our volunteers will teach you.
Bring your knitting and a blanket or chair.
Bring water and a snack or visit one of the Market
Common Clarendon shops for coffee or lunch.
Come Knit, Chat, Take a chance in a Raffle!
FREE! Donations welcome.

Please note that there will be street closures due to a cycling event that day.  Metro is your best bet!

Click here for more info.

Come Knit with Us

Join us at two Alternative Giving Fairs in December

Project Knitwell has been invited to participate in two alternative giving fairs:  on December 2 in Takoma Park, MD, and on December 9 in Arlington, VA.

At both gift fairs, shoppers will have an opportunity to support Project Knitwell and other non-profits.   Working from shopping lists provided by the non-profits, shoppers make donations to support a specific service or item, and can then in turn, “gift” that item to someone on their holiday shopping list.   Both fairs are kid-friendly and will include an opportunity for children to “purchase” items for gifting.

Hope to see you at the fair!  Or if you can’t make it, check out the websites to see how you can purchase gifts in support of area non-profits on line.

Alternative Gifts of Greater Washington

19th Annual Takoma Park Alternative Gift Fair
Saturday, December 2, 12pm – 4pm
Takoma Park Presbyterian Church
310 Tulip Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912-4399

Post-Fair Farmer’s Market Gift Stand
Sunday December 10, 10am-2pm
Takoma Park Farmer’s Market
Corner of Carroll Ave and Laurel Ave, Takoma Park MD, 20912

http://aggw.org/index.html

 

Gifts that Give Hope
Saturday, December 9, 2017 – 10:00am to 2:00pm
Location:
Discovery Elementary School
5241 N. 36th St
Arlington, VA 22207
arlingtonva@giftsthatgivehope.org

Shop on Giving Tuesday!

Our friends at fibre space and Looped Yarn Works will donate a percentage of sales on November 28  — #GivingTuesday to Project Knitwell to help us share #KnittingLove with moms and dads with sick babies, men and women affected by homelessness, nurses, teens with emotional challenges, cancer patients, and others for whom knitting provides wellness, comfort, and community.  Everybody wins… you shop, you make holiday presents (or something for you!), and your purchase helps share the therapeutic benefits of knitting.  

Or if you’re done with your shopping, and just want to help share #KnittingLove, you can donate here: Share #KnittingLove

Take a Chance!

We’re raffling off two baskets on October 28 at the event we are co-hosting with author Ann Hood.

Each basket is chock full of goodies — including lots of books, yarn (including Madelinetosh, Brooklyn Tweed, Lollipop, and Mountain Colors) , knitting accessories, tea, spa and skin care products, chocolate, a private yoga class, a foot soak, and much more!

Thanks to One More Page Books, Looped Yarn Works, Second Story Knits, House of Steep,  Trade Roots, Rodan and Fields Representative Karla Conway, Ann Hood, and other donors for contributing!  Each basket valued at least $400 with more items being added daily!   All proceeds benefit Project Knitwell.   Need not be present to win.      Purchase Raffle Tickets Here!

Ann Hood is Coming! October 28

Project Knitwell and One More Page Books are pleased to host author Ann Hood on Saturday October 28 at 2 pm for a conversation about the comfort of knitting, reading, writing, and more.
Ann Hood is the author of The Knitting Circle, Knitting Yarns, Knitting Pearls, and many other fiction and non-fiction titles. She has written extensively about the comfort and inspiration that both knitting and books can provide. In Comfort, a Journey through Grief, a memoir about the sudden death of her five year old daughter Grace, Hood writes: “Knitting saved my life.”

She will read from her new release, Morningstar, and be available for a book signing.

The event will be held at 2200 N. Westmoreland St., #101 , Arlington, VA – in the Westlee, one floor up from One More Page.

Free and open to the public! Knitting during the event encouraged!

More info and register here!