Knitting to help tsunami victims

My former LAT colleague, photojournalist and knitting enthusiast Sedda Kreabs, has come up with a novel way to aid in the ongoing tsunami relief effort. She and her knitting group are selling ‘string scrubbies‘ (knitted dishcloths) and donating $10 from each sale to UNICEF. Knitters from across the country have joined in the effort, and a couple of local merchants are helping them sell the fruits of their labor. Now Sedda is planning a trip to Thailand to help make a difference in person. Read about her plans on her blog.