Oceana Tote for Craft Hope

If you want a chance to own the Oceana Tote (blogged here and pictured below), it’s headed over to the Craft Hope shop (virtually that is) to help Doctors without Borders in Haiti.  According to the Craft Hope website, it takes about 24 hours for them to post each item, so if you’re interested you’ll have to watch and pounce.  And maybe this is overly ambitious, but I’m pricing it at $80.  I figure it can’t hurt to aim high since the entire purchase = a donation. 

If you think you would like to donate something to Craft Hope, the instructions are here.
Related: Some of you have emailed asking if you may use my patterns for Craft Hope donations, and the answer is yes.  Please feel free to use my patterns for the Haitian relief efforts, and honestly any other humanitarian cause.  No need to ask there, I say!

2 thoughts on “Oceana Tote for Craft Hope

  1. Nice choice … I need to go through and pick a few things too. It's been eating at me as I lay in bed with a nasty cold. I'm not complaining really I'm not, in fact I kept thinking that how lucky I am to have a house, heat, bed, water, etc.

    In fact, I'm going to go do this right now while my eyes are cooperating :).

    Happy Day!

  2. thanks so much for donating the super cute purse and also allowing people to use your patterns for the shop. 🙂 i love your heart garland and am going to venture out in the morning for some felt! i have nothing valentine up. 🙁

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