Hello my name is Ashley. It is suspected that I have a rare lung diseases that prevents me from working much. I am part of a wonderful group and I was looking for craft ideas that part of the profits could help me pay for my online school and also towards the PCD foundation. 

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Yogyakarta Crafts (candlle crafts)
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Our first ever blog post talks about the origin of our Ethnic Shawl "Ajrak" & the unique process behind it's making. Click here for full article http://bit.ly/1lAyqWs

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Just started my own one for one Etsy Shop: Crochet It Forward. Look stylish, keep warm all while giving back! Check it out :)

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I really love to craft and I want to sell my crafts and send profits for donation.But I don't know how or where to sell my things.Any ideas?

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Hey so the last time I did a donation to the hospital I was supporting the charity http://www.therandomact.org/. For the month of November they have a new fundraiser where you preform an action steadily for a 24 hour period and raise money for the charity. Here is more information: http://www.therandomact.org/events/endure4kindness/.
Seeing how I am not athletically inclined I think I am going to try and crochet for that time (and hopefully not destroy my hand) and make more baby hats for the hospital, while raising money for the charity. Just wanted to let you guys know if you want to get involved too, I think it will be really fun and this sounds like something right up your alley. :D Cheers, Liz

I should have posted an introduction sooner, but sometimes I get shy. :s Anyway, hello! I'm Molly (a.k.a. http://nerdangelcrochet.tumblr.com/, formerly slipstitches on Tumblr. If you get a picture with the link, I'm so sorry. I keep trying to tell it NOT to post a picture, just a link, but it doesn't want to listen to me at all). I'm still relatively new (in my opinion) to the crochet crowd, and I don't know how to knit, so I just stand by and let knitters do their thing while quietly contemplating just how many times I'd have poked my eyes out by now... Ahem. But to the point of the community, I heard back from one of the local children's hospitals about donating handmade dolls and toys, and they take them! I wasn't sure because when I went to ask about it, they had guidelines up that seemed to discourage handmade items for health reasons, but the woman who responded said they accept them and let me know the guidelines for handmade goods. So I'm really excited to improve my amigurumi making skills and get some cute toys made for the kids!

I do have a question for everyone, though. Do you ever sew on eyes instead of using beads, buttons, safety eyes, or other things to make eyes? If so, how do you do that? One guideline was about not having any parts that might come off, and while i plan to ask if safety eyes are acceptable and explain them to be safe/clear, in case safety eyes are also a no go, I wanted to know about methods of sewing eyes (since some things are not better left without a face).
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