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Change Makers


A collaboration for a cause. All proceeds will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center and The National Women’s Law Center.

Product Description

Want to knit your way to a worthy cause? Inspired to take action, but don’t know where to start?

Change Makers is a collaboration of makers FOR makers. Inside you’ll find 5 knitting patterns with recipes & essays to inspire you, and all proceeds are donated to The National Women’s Law Center and the Southern Poverty Law Center. Click on the links to learn more.


Marie Greene (Olive Knits) – Capitol Cardi: Top-down, seamless curvy cardigan

Shannon Squire (Shannon Squire Designs) – Self-Care Shawl: An easy-to-memorize shawl for knitters on the go

Sarah Keller (Knot Another Hat/Columbia Gorge Fiber Festival) – Intertwined: A unique, interwoven pullover knit side-to-side

Caitlin Hunter (Boyland Knitworks) – Lindoro: A generous, delicate cowl with floral fair isle 

Brittney-Jean Bailey (B.Woolens) – Changing Leaves: A mid-weight cardigan with back lace detail


Knitted Wit


The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers

Blue Moon Fiber Arts

Sincere Sheep

Graphic Arts & Layout:

Carlee Wright – Espresso Your Felines

With additional thanks to:

Sonia Ruyts – Stash Local

Erika Close – Ink Bags

All proceeds from this project will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center and The National Women’s Law Center.

Thank you for helping us support a worthy cause.

PLEASE NOTE: Purchases made via this website are subject to an automated 24 hour processing period. Your pattern/s will arrive VIA EMAIL ROUGHLY 24 HOURS AFTER YOUR PURCHASE. (Apparently our processing system is still operating with a horse and buggy.) If you experience an additional delay, please email and we’ll nudge the process along for you. Thank you for your support!!


Intertwined by Sarah Keller

There is a correction to the “Split Cable Pattern” instructions  – rows 1 & 2 should read:
Row 1 (RS): With Ball 1, k22, drop Ball
1. With Ball 2, TSS, k to end.
Row 2 (WS): With Ball 2, p74, drop
Ball 2. With Ball 1, TSS, p to end.