3. DeBrosse
Teresa Carter first learned to crochet so that she could make blankets for children growing up in orphanages in Haiti. Her store got it's name from one of the recipients of her blankets, a five year old boy named DeBrosse. With every purchase of one of her super-comfy knit items they send 15% of the proceed to two partner orphanages. She also sells patterns for all of you wanting to get into knitting or crocheting yourself. 

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