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Newborns in Need, Inc. (NIN) is a 501(c)3 charity organized to take care of sick and needy babies. Make some free crochet patterns to help out with this great charity. Anything from blankets to clothes are always needed.

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Aug 8, 2012

I'm always working on something,why not for a good cause.I had a rough childhood but was blessed with people that stood in the gap...I am paying it forward whenever I can.Happy crocheting everyone!

 

Jan 21, 2012

My Aunt was big on crafting for a cause. From the NICU, Cancer patients to caps for soldiers. She recently passed in late November. I was lucky enought to be given all her yarn. I am looking foward to continueing her path of giving to others.

 

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Sep 20, 2011

this is a great page helping others :) i am so glad i found this.. i will get on my toes and start working with love

 

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