From Ewe to You

community service

Call for donations

Remember- we are a year round charity so please keep us in mind as you clean out closets and have items you would like to get rid of. We will gladly accept your donations! To those of you who can knit or crochet- are always in need of blankets(baby and full size), baby hats, booties, hats scarves. We will also take donations of books, nonperishable food, animal shelter supplies- just about anything!!

Warm Woolies for Winter 2018-2019

Once again it is time to start making, collecting and donating some warm items for our local shelters.

Items needed:

Scarves, Hats, Mittens, Blankets

Gently used clothing, coats, sweaters 

Trial size soap, shampoo toothpaste



Heartland Hospice

We are collecting blankets(lap and full), slippers, shawls, and prayer shawls for the patients of Heartland Hospice in Raleigh. Email me for any questions at


Hands Across the Globe

We will be collecting donations of crocheted and knitted baby hats, sweaters and blankets to World Vision's Knit for Kids program. These items will be going to impoverished areas such as Armenia, Nicaragua, Swaziland, and Tanzania.  Just continue to mail the donations to From Ewe to You and include a note that you would like them to go to the Knit for Kids program. From Ewe to You will package everything and make sure it gets to the appropriate place.

You can use your own patterns for pullover sweaters, caps and blankets or use one of the recommended patterns that are found at the link below.



Click to add text, images, and other content

From Ewe to You Helps the Animals

Here are some statistics from the ASPCA.


  •  5-7 million animals enter shelters each year.
  •  3-4 million of those animals are euthanized.
  •  Animals in shelters are divided equally by those given up by owners and those found on the street.
  •  Only 10% of animals received by shelters are spayed or neutered.

Pet Ownership

  •  The average cost of raising a cat or a dog is $700-$875 annually.
  •  The cost of spaying or neutering is less than raising puppies or kittens for one year.
  •   Dogs that are microchipped have a 90% chance of being returned to owners.


  •  It is impossible to determine how many stray dogs and cats there are in the United States.
  •  Cats that are not spayed produce 1-2 litters a year with 4-6 kittens a litter.
  •  Dogs that are not spayed produce 1 litter a year with 4-6 puppies a litter.
  •  5 out of 10 dogs and 7 out of 10 cats are destroyed because there is not enough room or supplies at shelters.



SPCA Spay/Neuter Vouchers

Microchipping Information

Microchipping Clinics in Wake County

Puppy Mill  Awareness Day

 Donation needs of Wake SPCA:

High quality dog food



Paper towels

Hand sanitizer




 Blankets: Crocheted, Knitted, Quilted

14” x 14” for cats and small animals
24” x 24” for cats and small to medium dogs
36” x 36” for medium to large dogs
These sizes are just guidelines. They
could be made out of acrylic yarn or cotton in any pattern or color that you
choose. The ends should to be double-knotted and fastened off long and
woven through the work to prevent unraveling from washing and wear. Also
make them thick for comfort and warmth



Little Lambs

I am collecting hand made items for the pediatric ward and newborn nursery:(Patterns can be found on link page)

Preemie hats                                                        Caring chain bracelets(friendship bracelets)

Baby blankets                                                       Afghans

Booties                                                                Heart buddies

                                                                          Chemo Caps

                                                                          Various sewn dolls


                                   We will make a donation every month.                                                          





Donations for Shelters

Gently used clothing

Hand made or bought hats, scarves, mittens, blankets


Donations for Animals




The SPCA of Wake County in need!

                                                                     REMEMBER MAILING ADDRESS