‘Handcrafted Kindness – Stitching Together’

Press Release: North Cork Knitters, founded by Mallow Community Health Project in 2021.

North Cork Knitters are delighted to be part of an initiative that involves ‘Handcrafted KindnessStitching Together’. We are thrilled to introduce our project dedicated to spreading random acts of kindness through the power of handmade creations. With nimble fingers and boundless creativity, we have crafted an array of beautiful knitted and crocheted treasures designed to ignite smiles and inspire kindness. Whether it’s a colourful butterfly left on a park bench, a crochet worry worm placed on a tree on your favourite walk, or a whimsical knitted bookmark peeping from a library shelf, each piece embodies the love and care poured into its creation and serve as reminders that goodness still exists in the world.

 Our mission is simple: To scatter seeds of kindness far and wide, infusing our community with warmth and compassion. These handmade treasures, lovingly crafted stitch by stitch, carry with them not just the skill of our hands, but also the warmth of our hearts. As these tokens of kindness find their way into the hands of unsuspecting recipients, we hope to spark a chain reaction of goodwill.

So, keep an eye out for these delightful surprises as they pop up in unexpected places, ready to brighten someone’s day and spread a little bit of handmade joy. Together, let’s weave a tapestry of positivity and warmth that envelops our community in a blanket of kindness. You may keep your find or pass it on, spreading the ripple of kindness even further. If you discover one of our delightful surprise gifts, we encourage you to share your experience with us. Simply text your find to Pauline @ 087-4335047, Mallow Health Project (North Cork Knitters) if you wish to share on our Facebook page.  Your stories will  inspire us and remind us of the profound impact small acts of kindness can have on individuals and communities alike.

 Together, let’s create a world where kindness flourishes and spreads like wildfire, igniting hearts and uplifting spirits. We will commence delivering these little treasures on week beginning 25th March

Pauline O Grady-Noonan, Mallow Community Health Worker: chp@lecheilefrc.ie. OR, Phone: 087-4335047.