The project involves making and tagging scarves, hats and gloves and tying them in public places to trees, railings and fence posts, for instance for people who need them to take. They decided to hit the YWCA, Reed says, after she heard the Womens Winter Shelter was looking for winter wear for its residents. We dont necessarily donate to organizations that way, but I thought we could scarf-bomb that location, she says. Anyone who needs an wholesalescarvescity item can take it. +4 Demi Thomas, left, and Lily Donecker from the Knitting Club at Reidenbaugh Elementary School tie a scarf to a tree

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