RED CROSS KNITTING PATTERNS
Knitting for Charity: Trauma Teddies | Australian Red Cross
Trauma Teddy – Knit for Red Cross Our teddies provide comfort and help take people's minds off their worries. Trauma Teddies are lovingly hand-crafted – knitted, stuffed, sewn together and labelled – by Red Cross members and volunteers all over the country.
Knitting a Trauma Teddy - Australian Red Cross
PDF fileRed Cross to assist in providing more bears for children treated by the ambulance. Red Cross swung into action and Trauma Teddy was born. Norma Elder organised a suitable pattern, a team of knitters, wool and stuffing and production began. The rest is history.
WW2 Red Cross Reproduction Knitting Patterns | PatCosta
Below is a listing of WW2 Red Cross Reproduction Knitting Patterns for WW2 Reenactors Afghan Child’s Knitted Suit Child’s Sweater Brooks Type Child’s Sweater Toddler Pack Gloves Man’s Coat Sweater Man’s Socks Man’s V-Neck Sweater, Sleeveless Muffler Navy Iceland Sweater Watch Cap Woman’s V-Neck Cardigan Wristlets* *Courtesy of the Estate of Ray and Anita Sexton, 
Videos of Red cross Knitting Patterns
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Knit Your Bit | Virginia Region | American Red Cross
The American Red Cross has always been at the vanguard of the knitting movement for the U.S. Armed Forces. During World War II, knitting served as one of the more prevalent ways individuals on the home front could support the war effort. The popular weekly magazine Life even featured a cover story about the initiative entitled “How To Knit.”
Free Vintage Knitting Patterns from American Red Cross
2008 Kit Your Bit - WWII Museum - "V" for Victory Veterans Scarves - - Knitting Pattern (pdf) Crochet Pattern (pdf) New: Handbook of Wool Knitting and Crochet, includes Knitting Patterns for the Red Cross from 1918. Please do not post this to another website.
“Knit Your Bit”: The American Red Cross Knitting Program
The result was the release of a knitting pattern booklet, “Instructions for Knitting” (ARC-400), the first nationally released knitting pattern booklet issued by the American Red Cross. The booklet contained seven different knitting patterns for garments all to be made in oxford gray 4 ply 10s wool yarn and a washcloth pattern to be made in cotton, all available from local Red Cross
Join a knitting group | New Zealand Red Cross
Red Cross knitting groups, like this one in Auckland, are a social way to help those in need. Our knitting groups meet regularly to craft sweaters, hats, blankets, scarves and other treasures to deliver to people in need, from premature babies in the neonatal ward to newly arrived refugee families.
WWII Civilian Knitting Instructions - Canadian Red Cross
During the First (1914-18) and Second (1939-45) World Wars small booklets of knitting instructions like this one flooded the country by the hundreds of thousands. Women used them to create the comforts and supplementary supplies that made up a central component of Canadian Red Cross war work. This
Showing support for the Great War with knitting needles
In order to display and advertise their yarns, companies such as the Philadelphia-based S.B & B.W. Fleisher Inc. distributed sample garments knit from the Red Cross patterns. A set containing sweater vests, scarves, wristlets, socks, helmets—similar to balaclavas—and a mitten with separate trigger finger, all knit in army khaki and navy gray, was sent to the Smithsonian in 1918.