Make a Scarf for the 2010 Special Olympics Winter Games

comments (2) February 10th, 2010     

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Some of the over 55,000 scarves donated for last years Special Olympics World Winter Games.

Some of the over 55,000 scarves donated for last year's Special Olympics World Winter Games.

Photo: Scarves for Special Olympics

Scarves for Special Olympics is hoping to receive enough scarves this year to hand out to each of the 650 participants in the 2010 Special Olympics Idaho Winter Games. Coats & Clark is supporting this effort with a free pattern download. They ask that you follow the guidelines below for consistency, but you can use any pattern you like.

Design:  Any design or pattern is welcome.
Colors:  Red Heart Super Saver Cherry Red and Red Heart Grey Heather
Length:  Approximately 55 inches long
Width:  Approximately 5 inches long

Mail scarves to:

Special Olympics Idaho
Attn: Scarf Project
199 East 52nd Street
Garden City, ID  83714

Scarves must arrive by Tuesday, March 9, 2010. 

 

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Heyjack writes: Cannot make one as this is the 19th of May,way too late to make a scarf.Next time send me this sooner.
Posted: 6:18 pm on May 19th
OlympicScarves writes: Thank you for sharing our project on the CraftStylish site! We sincerely appreciate it! It's so exciting to see the scarves that everyone is making - I've posted some photos on the "Scarves for Special Olympics" Facebook fan page as well as on my blog at http://scarvesforspecialolympics.wordpress.com

Have fun, be creative - the athletes are going to be so inspired by everyone's generosity and thoughtfulness!

Thank you.
Posted: 8:47 pm on February 10th
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