'Do One Thing': Fiber to the World Yarn Club Knits Its Way to Success
This diverse team has knitted, crocheted or quilted more than 2,000 items of warm clothing for people (and animals) in need.
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AT&T employee Peggy Alberg and a few of her colleagues created a DOT team, called Fiber to the World Yarn club to use yarn to create clothing for those in need of warmth. (Do One Thing or DOT, is a movement at AT&T that invites every employee to choose to do one thing to make themselves, their communities or the company a little better.)
Together, all the members have knitted, crocheted or quilted more than 2,000 warm clothing items for people and animals – from blankets and sweaters to socks and hats.
The Fiber to the World Yarn club (and DOT team) requested that the $2,500 award be sent to Handmade Especially for You, a not for profit who supports women leaving abusive domestic situations.
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