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Pattern Inspiration: Birds of a Feather

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“Get ready to slip your toes into these cozy socks! With crochet post stitches reminiscent of bird wings, you will be soaring and feeling free in no time”, says our Sock Crate crochet designer this month, Abbey Swanson. We couldn’t agree more! Paired with the electric Energize Me colorway this month, Rufous Backed Kingfisher, this pattern flutters with each swoop of the hook. The fast pace of...

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Butterfly Boxes 2017 Update

Wow - what a year its been!

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First, thank you. We cant say that enough! When KNITCRATE announced that Butterfly Boxes would be their charity of the year back in January, we were thrilled. But we didnt really know what to expect. We thought we might see a few items trickle in here or there. We thought subscribers might send one item and call it good.

But you surprised us! Weve received dozens of items, and most packages have contained multiples. Packages have come from international subscribers. Theyve come with notes telling us that the subscriber was also an immigrant or refugee. Theyve come with items made by both the subscriber and her daughter. Theyve come with your very best work. We are grateful and so honored to be able to share your talents with those who have been arriving in the last few months.

We thought you might want to hear a bit about those who are receiving your gifts. You might be aware that the number of refugees arriving in the US has dropped this year. But some are still arriving, and weve had the privilege of being at the airport to greet many of them.

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Butterfly Boxes 2017 Update🦋

Wow - what a year it’s been!

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First, thank you. We can’t say that enough! When KNITCRATE announced that Butterfly Boxes would be their charity of the year back in January, we were thrilled. But we didn’t really know what to expect. We thought we might see a few items trickle in here or there. We thought subscribers might send one item and call it good.

But you surprised us! We’ve received dozens of items, and most packages have contained multiples. Packages have come from international subscribers. They’ve come with notes telling us that the subscriber was also an immigrant or refugee. They’ve come with items made by both the subscriber and her daughter. They’ve come with your very best work. We are grateful and so honored to be able to share your talents with those who have been arriving in the last few months.

We thought you might want to hear a bit about those who are receiving your gifts. You might be aware that the number of refugees arriving in the US has dropped this year. But some are still arriving, and we’ve had the privilege of being at the airport to greet many of them.

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