Pink Slipper Project

By Rachel Choi – 4 Comments

I ran into a neat site called the Pink Slipper Project! Here is a snippet of what they are all about:

“The Pink Slipper Project is an endeavor to warm the hearts and the toes of those who will spend this winter living in women’s and children’s shelters. We are going to provide hand-crafted slippers to as many of these women and children as possible.”

The great thing is that you can donate crocheted slippers or even knitted or sewn slippers! Slippers don’t have to be pink, but they do have to be toasty and warm. Feel free to visit their site to learn more about the Pink Slipper Project.

Also, feel free to use my Crochet Pattern: Easy Adjustable Slippers if you need a slipper pattern.

You can also find more information about charities to donate your crochet items to at the Crochet Spot Charity Page.

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  1. Angie says:

    Sounds like an awesome charity! I don’t know how to make slippers but, this makes me want to learn. I’ll start this week-end!

  2. Angie says:

    I can use the free slipper pattern on this site! 🙂

  3. Bananas says:

    I checked out this site, now my stepmom will have something to do

  4. smcmfrts says:

    I have started making slippers for the Pink Slipper Project via Facebook. The women who run it are amazing and are so dedicated to helping the battered womens shelters across the country. You like them on FB and when they post a new shelter challenge, they will list what is needed and how many of each are needed. Usually, you sign up for slippers, whatever they need you comment that you will do 5 or 2 or 20 of whatever, they comment you back and you make the item(s) then mail them to the shelter by the deadline. You have done a good deed with your talent. It feels good and is so appreciated! Try it, you’ll like it 🙂

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