If it wasn't for the amazing efforts of fundraisers, we simply we wouldn't be able to do what we do to support families and children.

At the moment, we understand that it's not possible for our supporters to fundraise for us as normal. But that doesn't mean there aren't things you can do, even from the comfort of your own home, to help fundraise in future. Why not get your knit on, and make items for us to sell at future stalls? 

Easter-themed knits

To give you a helping hand with your knits, we've created this template to help you knit some adorable bunny rabbit hats, which we can sell atop creme eggs and egg cups in future spring or Easter stalls.

Download the template here - remember, you can be as creative as you like with your colourful bunny ears. 

Crochet a Christmas hat 

If you're running out of things to do around the house, why not crochet a Christmas hat? 

We can sell crocheted Terry's Chocolate Orange hats at our stalls come Christmas time, and you'll be making a fabulous contribution to stalls raising money for Bluebell Wood. And crocheting is a great boredom and stress reliever! 

Download the instructions here (these will also work for knitted or crocheted hats for bottles of wine or bubble bath, for example).

Knitted bunting 

Could you craft some purple crocheted or knitted bunting for us to decorate our stalls with, once social distancing measures have ended?

Knitted clothes to sell

Our Chesterfield support group may be able to sell knitted children's clothes at stalls once social distancing has ended. From cardigans and jumpers to hats or scarves, could you help create a selection of items for us to sell?

Once you've decided what you might like to craft, please click the button below to let us know how you would like to support us. We'd love to know what you're doing so we can stay in touch with you and support you at a time that suits you. It also means we'll be able to let you know once our shops or reception are open to the public for us to receive your donated crafts.

Please note, that unfortunately we cannot accept any crafted items to give to children or families at the hospice. If you would like to knit or crochet something for us during lockdown, please know that these items will be sold at future stalls or events to help raise funds for our vital work. Thank you for your understanding.

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