Please join me in helping to send every baby born at Southside Hospital home in something warm and cozy. Southside Hospital is located in Bay Shore on Long Island.They deliver about 200 babies a month. Most of the families who havebabies there have nothing to bring their babies home in. That’s where we come in. My group, Bella’s Babies, provides warm, handmade items for these families.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
start thinking about making warm items for the babies. I will be collecting warm things from now until December 1 and then again until February 1, 2017.
I did not receive any donations for our Fall delivery so the hospital will be out of everything by December, if they are not already.
Here is a list of what will be needed:
Blankets can be knit, crochet or fleece. Think warm, no holey patterns.
Newborn blankets should be 30"x30" on up.
Here are some pattern links:
Newborn Blankets: Crochet
Dragonfly Blanket (you can change the size by chaining a multiple of 13+5)
Virus Blanket I made this using Caron's Simply Soft and it came out really soft and warm.
Box Shell Afghan
Hugs for Baby Afghan
Twin Stich Afghan
Kerry Baby Afghan
Knit Baby Blankets there are a lot of knit blanket patterns here
Flannel Receiving Blanket
Crochet Fleece Blankets has crochet border
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