Fiberwork for Animal Relief!

If you like to knit or crochet, and you want to help some animals, here's a way to do it:

"Many of our wildlife rehabbers use knitted or crocheted nests for the very young wildlife. These nests act just like nests in the wild, to secure the young, allow them to snuggle together and to maintain body temperature.

 "Please use yarns that are not too "snaggy", double up your yarn and stitch in very tight stitches (so that tiny arms and legs can't slip through). Colors do no matter! The babies do not care what their nests look like."

How about that?! For more information, check this source. And please show us your nests!

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