There are several ways you can join in with our marvelous woolly fund-raiser for Médecins Sans Frontières MSF (Doctors Without Borders)
At p/hop we believe fund-raising should be fun, and also accessible to everyone.
There are lots of free and easy ways to help and raise awareness about the awesome work of MSF.
One of the easiest ways to help p/hop is to spread the word. It’s also free.
If you like something, or everything we do, please share it using the magic of the internet.
Add our widget, badge, or write a blog post about one of our patterns or events. This is a great way to share p/hop with your friends. More details here.
We have almost 60 beautiful patterns for you to download. All we ask is that you make a donation to MSF based on how much enjoyment you gained from your pattern.
p/hop = pennies per hours of pleasure.
How to use our patterns in your LYS
If you run a yarn shop you could download a selction of our our patterns direct from our website and make them available in your store for a donation to MSF. You could also use our patterns to showcase your beautiful yarns. We’d be happy to send you some MSF literature and a collection box. Please email us if you would like more information.
Hold a p/hop Yarn Swap
We’ll have more details coming soon. Check out the yarn swaps that have already raised loads of money and awareness for MSF.
Design and donate a pattern
We wouldn’t get far with our fundraising if we didn’t have lovely designers donating their patterns to us.
Run a P/Hop stall at your local yarn show
Whilst we’d love to attend all the wonderful fibre events around the country, we simply don’t have the resources. However if you would like to run a stall at a yarn fair for P/Hop we would love it. We’ll be able to guide you and send literature on MSF, collection buckets and stickers and some sample knits etc. Please email us if you are interested.
Hold a Knit Surgery
Get in touch
If you are holding a knitting, crochet or other fibre related event for MSF please let us know, we would love you to write a blog post about your event, both publicizing it and writing a review of it.
This is a community project, the more knitters and crocheters put in, the more MSF and the people they help get out of it.