Southeast Region

All donations made on this page will go directly to the Southeast Region

What We Need

What We Need:

Completed Character and Superhero Beanies:

We need completed Character and Superhero beanies of all sorts. Try one of our new patterns for the Incredibles, Paw Patrol or PJ Masks Catboy! All character patterns can be found here.

Accessories:

We need superhero and character emblems. You don’t need to make the completed beanie. If you crochet and like quick projects, make us any of the emblems, eyes, or ears for any of our character beanies! 

Beanies:

The Southeast Region needs Beanies. Specifically we need black beanies for Jasmine, Tiana, Moana and Wonder Woman. We need Lion Brand Heartland Yosemite beanies for Anna. We also need Red Heart Soft Wine or Caron Simply Soft beanies in Autumn Red for Jack Sparrow, and Red Heart Soft Really Red, Yarn Bee Soft Secret Red or Caron Simply Soft Harvest Red for Ariel. For Belle, we also need buns, ringlets as found in the pattern here as well as 2″ red crochet roses.

Flowers:

We currently need dozens of large 4″ – 6″ yellow or purple flowers for Rapunzel. We also need 100’s of 1″ – 1.5″ flowers in yellows, pinks, purples, and blue violet shades to add to Rapunzel’s long braid. All flowers should have at least two layers and a gem/rhinestone in a complementary color in the center.

Yarn, Ribbon, and Beads – Oh My!

We need supplies – yarn and ribbon in particular, to construct wigs at our workshops and to create superhero beanies. We use Caron Simply Soft, Caron Simply Soft Party, Red Heart Soft, Red Heart Soft Metallic, Yarn Bee Soft Secret yarn as well as Lion Brand Hometown USA in Oakland Black and Billings Chocolate and Lion Brand Heartland in Yosemite. View the full yarn list here.

Ribbon is used throughout the Rapunzel braid, and is used to tie bows onto a lot of our other princesses.  We need 1/4″ – 1/2″ non-wired ribbon in pink, hot pink, purple, lavender, teal, yellow, blue, silver and mint green. We need 5/8″ – 3/4″ ribbon in teal, or blue-green for Jasmine.  

A great way to help is to host a yarn drive or ribbon drive.  If you have any questions, please email me at southeast@themagicyarnproject.com.

Captain Jack Sparrow has a head full of dreadlocks. For his wig, he has decorations in the form of beads in his dreadlocks. For this we need skull beads, wooden, metal and turquoise looking beads, gold or bronze coin charms or other nautical charms and beads such as turtles, compasses, helm/steering wheels and anchors.

Decorated Envelopes:

We currently need decorated envelopes for Elsa.

Wish Lists:

Here is a wish list for The Southeast Region on Amazon.com.  The South Florida Chapter has also created a wish list through Wal-Mart for supplies our chapter needs.  You will find everything from yarn and ribbon to shipping supply needs.  These items can be shipped to the chapter PO Box, or if you prefer to ship to store to avoid shipping costs with Wal-Mart, send an email to Southeast@themagicyarnproject.com to arrange the store pick-up. Ship to store options are also available with Michael’s, JoAnn’s, and Dollar Tree, so feel free to contact our chapter by email or Facebook messenger with any questions.

Workshops and Events

Atlanta, GA

Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 3:30pm – 5:30pm at JOANN Fabrics 2655 N Decatur Rd, Decatur, Georgia 30030

Reserve your space on Eventbrite today!

Charleston, SC

Saturday, December 7, 2019 from 4pm – 8pm at JOANN Fabrics 2243 Ashley Crossing Dr, STE C, Charleston, South Carolina 29414

Saturday, December 21, 2019 from 4pm-8pm at JOANN Fabrics 2243 Ashley Crossing Dr, STE C, Charleston, South Carolina 29414

Reserve your space on Eventbrite today!

 

Email

Southeast Region Email:

southeast@themagicyarnproject.com

Please send your finished wigs, beanies, and accessories to:

The Magic Yarn Project Southeast Region

PO Box 684

Rockmart, GA 30153

 

 

Thank you Magic Makers! 💝

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Region Leader Jessica Suttles

I have always loved crafting, so when I found Magic Yarn, I knew it was a perfect fit.  When I’m not creating magical wigs and beanies for brave little cancer fighters, you can find me curled up with a book or working on a classic car with my husband.