Monday, 26 November 2012

Christmas Jumper Day

As promised yesterday, I thought I would post a bit more about Save the Children's first ever Christmas Jumper Day.

On 14th December, more than 250,000 people (and counting!) will be wearing a festive woolly to school, offices and workplaces all across the UK, with everyone taking part donating £1 to Save the Children.
Think fluffy nosed reindeer and cross-stitched snowmen! Anyone can take part – you can decorate an everyday jumper with tinsel and baubles, rescue an old one bought in a moment of festive joy, or even knit one if you've got the skills – it's completely up to you.
Money raised from Christmas Jumper Day will help bring life-saving care to some of the world’s most vulnerable children. In the world's poorest countries almost 7 million children die every year from easily preventable causes like diarrhoea and malnutrition. Simple solutions, like vaccines and mosquito nets, save lives – so your knitted jolly jumper could make a real difference.
We want to spread the word far and wide to get as many people as possible involved in a day of jumper joy on 14th December.  
At the fabulous knitting event I went to last week, we got to have a play with the knitting patterns Debbie Bliss had designed. You can make your own cute little egg cozies too - patterns are here *grins*
Or, if you're feeling brave (and speedy), adult size Christmas jumper patterns for the event are here

I was honoured to be part of the campaign, and I'm not the only one. Celebrities are also joining in the fun...

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  1. Sounds like a great project to be involved in!

  2. Those jumpers are so fun *chuckle*. It's wonderful how you're takin' part in this event. You go!


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