A Tender Year: March

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I designed this piece a few weeks ago, when the daffodils were just starting to emerge and the threat of war against Ukraine was not yet a reality. As the days have unfolded in more and more fear, sorrow, and destruction, my heart is breaking for the people of Ukraine and their children. A Tender Year: March PDF pattern is now available and all proceeds from the sales of this pattern through the month of March will be donated to the Ukrainian Bible Church here in Fairview, Oregon, where my Ukrainian friends go to church and which is collecting funds to help Ukrainians who have been hurt and displaced by Putin's invasion. I pray for peace for these devastated families and wish you all peace and thank you sincerely for your help.


Purchased, thank you Alicia. I love the little hen and the daffodil ❤️ It is so scary to watch the events in Ukraine unfold, heartbreaking🥲

So kind of you to donate. Thanks for reminding us that there is good in world.

Thank you Alicia.

Maryellen says: March 03, 2022 at 07:02 AM

What a kind and lovely way to support displaced families. This is another wonderful design and I love the pale green cloth with it. I’m not a stitcher so please let me know how I can donate to the Ukrainian Bible Church. We’ve focused our giving efforts on the incredible, and seemingly tireless, Chef Jose Andres and his World Central Kitchen (wck.org). It so hard not to feel powerless in the face of such madness.

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About Alicia Paulson


My name is Alicia Paulson
and I love to make things. I live with my husband and daughter in Portland, Oregon, and design sewing, embroidery, knitting, and crochet patterns. See more about me at aliciapaulson.com