St Elizabeth of Hungaria - wed to a prince, she made a practice of bringing bread from the royal larders to feed the poor and hungry. In the face of strong opposition, her bread turned to roses.

We, at Sunday Knits, encourage the practice of compassion and the action of stewardship and give our regular support to the following worthy organizations ...


The Carter Center

American Friends Service Committee

Doctors without Borders

Environmental Defense

National Resources Defense Council

Mom's Across America

Food & Water Watch

and local

Rockford Urban Ministries

Rockford Rescue Mission

Nikolas Ritschel Foundation

Northern Public Radio

Besides right here, find a selection of Sunday Knits yarn and kits at these fine local shops:

Tucson Yarn  Tucson, AZ

FingerPlay Studio  Louisville, CO

Yarn Therapy  in Tallahassee, FL

Busy Stix  in Lafayette, CA

Knitche  in Downer's Grove, IL

String Theory Yarn Co.  in Glen Ellyn, IL

Knitting Off Broadway  in Fort Wayne, IN

Adventures in Knitting  in Harwich Port, MA

Knit Locally  in Boyds, MD

Frivolous Fibers  in Easton, MD

CReations  in Big Sky and in Ennis, MT

The Sated Sheep  in Dripping Springs, TX

Tia Dana  in Fort Worth, TX

Annette Petavy Designs  en fran¨ais

Knitterly resources:




Love Knitting


Twist Collective


Knitters Review

Vogue Knitting Live

Interweave Knits


Stitch Sprouts

Inspiring knitters:


Shetland Trader


Susan B. Anderson

The Rainey Sisters

Sunset Cat

Mary Jane Mucklestone


Spilly Jane

Jean's Knitting

Mind of Winter

The Cusser Knits


Romi's Studio


Knitting Robin

Peacefully Knitting

Other stuff:

 - William McCarthy painted many of my beautiful photo backdrops

 - paper-cutouts, or what I used to do before Sunday Knits

w - darling husband Robert Sunday's raku vessels