What We Do

Deliveries

One Stitch at a Time

We pray for each other; we pray for the recipients of the items we create; and we pray for hope, healing and peace in our world. We do our work one stitch at a time … one day at a time … stitch after stitch and day after day. The tangible items we create are personally delivered to women, teens, children, infants, and families in local and global areas of conflict. Our items include:

Who We Serve

We serve a growing community of women, teens, children, infants, and families in areas of local and global suffering and conflict. Go to the Deliveries Page to read about the countries we have served and continue to serve. If you would like to become a Delivery Agent for us, visit the Join Us Page.

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What We Create

We create an ever-expanding group of items, responding to requests from those we serve. When our work began in 2006 we created one item: Peace Shawls for women in global areas of conflict. A year later, in preparation for a trip to impoverished villages in Southern Sudan, we began creating Peace Pals, knit dolls for boys and girls. Since then these comforting “pals” have become our most frequently and urgently requested item. In 2009 we were commissioned to create 100 preemie caps for a medical mission trip to Sierra Leone, a country with no incubators where a simple preemie cap literally could save a life. News spread and we were asked to include preemie caps in deliveries to many countries where our caps continue to regularly save lives. Older children and teens also began asking for caps they could wear, and so we added Hats to our group of items we create and deliver.

The following year (2010) we learned about dental missions that needed colorful scarves for their patients (5-16 years old) and we added Scarves4Peace to our work. Since then we have been asked to create warm scarves for children in areas where temperatures are quite cold and warm clothing is scarce. In 2010 we also became aware of the dire conditions on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in southwestern South Dakota, and Tree of Life Ministry in Rosebud, South Dakota where winter temperatures frequently plummet to fifty degrees below zero and many homes have little or no heat. In response, we began creating Blankets of Peace in the sacred colors of the Ogalla Lakota: red, yellow, white and black for both of those reservations. In 2014 we began creating Winter Gloves for homeless men struggling to stay warm through the winter months. Although our primary focus is women and their children we also recognize the overwhelming suffering of men with no home and little clothing.

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Items Most Needed at This Time

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For more information about items we currently need, please check out our latest newsletter.

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Groups of knitters and crocheters gather three times every week during the summer Chautauqua Season to share stories, form new friendships, deepen old relationships, and learn more about the work of Knitting4Peace.

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