Potholder LOVE: A fundraiser to help the Wes Leonard Heart Foundation get more AEDs in schools

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  1. Jacqueline Sarcona says:

    I would LOVE Potholder #3 by Abby PLEASE!

  2. Lynne Kunard says:

    I would like potholder #11 please – Thank You!

  3. Those are really nice stuffs, may i know how to use these?
    I want to buy a for my wife, but not sure how to use it, and you only receive Donation?
    Why not sell them to your personal PayPal account?

  4. Kim says:

    Hi Jen,
    Sorry the fundraiser at school didn’t pay off – nice to do this instead. I’m available to cut t-shirts and Kara can weave if you need extra hands. : )

    Best,
    Kim

  5. jennifer says:

    Thank you, Kim! I will be having a couple more weaving workshops and could definitely use help prepping for it. And we will put Kara to work weaving, too. I’ll be in touch as soon as a I get past a couple other deadlines.

  6. Eugenia says:

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    I’d figured I’d ask. Would you be interesteed in exchanging links or maybe guest
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  1. January 11, 2014

    […] @CraftSanity fundraiser to benefit the Wes Leonard Heart Foundation; girls are weaving potholders for sale to help get AEDs into schools for the rare cases where children have heart attacks and an AED can save their lives. One way to help is to buy potholders but another is to donate used T-shirts to be made into yarn for the potholders. […]

  2. March 7, 2014

    […] the same charity that my daughters and their school mates are weaving potholders for with our Potholder LOVE campaign. The foundation, started by the parents of the 16-year-old Fennville basketball star who […]

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