Meet Our Locals
These woman are awesome “Knit Ambassadors” for the purpose of serving others
Our Locals are Knit Ambassadors with a purpose as they give back to serve their community. They use their talent, time and materials to gift to others throughout our community and indeed the nation and they truly are amazing.
Business should never be just about business. We should always not only give back to our communities but we should also support our communities
Every year here at Lowlander we choose an organization to knit or crochet for as well as support. This year we chose an awesome organization Rare Breed.
Rare Breed is an organization that helps, supports and gives to the homeless youth in our community right here in the heart of the Ozarks. It is one that is very close to my heart as many years ago before I started the journey of motherhood, I worked as a project worker serving and loving on the kids in my community of Drumchapel, Glasgow. Serving our kids in our communities will always be something I am passionate about no matter where life takes me and I am so thankful to have been introduced to such an organization that truly lives up to their mission statement..
We are called to love and love should be our only mission and purpose for giving back, especially when it comes to those who might for whatever their personal journey, feel lost, hopeless and forgotten about. Every life is precious regardless of race, religion, politics, circumstances or choices.
Our Lowlander Locals group has been knitting away for these awesome kids and they have been having so much fun along the way
We have kept in mind that these are kids who deserve some colorful, happy and way out there hats and things. I told our locals to not be afraid to go way out there to put a smile on their faces..Go Big or Go Home kind of thing.
I am amazed by the fresh, young and hip items they have been creating. Truly a labor of love
We were saddened by loosing one of our locals who was knitting away for these kids, her passing reminded us along the way that life is a precious gift to be treasured everyday. Amy is greatly missed and we were blessed to know her, laugh with her and have her part of our locals who give back, and we feel very blessed to have some of her hats going out to Rare Breed.
Thank you to all our locals who have helped make this year a great year for giving, loving and being a reason that someone smiles, and not to forget keeping our community toasty warm