In 2004, Seattle Amma satsang members joined together to make crocheted afghans for men and women who were moving from the streets into transitional housing. The afghans were all made from scrap yarn. Each of us crocheted as many squares as possible and then we mixed and matched the squares to create the beautiful blankets.
Here are pictures of some of the afghans we made:
This project was inspired by a group called Warm Up America.