Back in early May, Jenny of Montana in Stitches reached out to me to share her new Love is Love pattern. The timing was actually quite serendipitous because I was about to start looking for a project to make in celebration of LGBTQ Pride Month in June. So I responded basically freaking out and let her know that I wanted to make it and share it with everyone. Through the end on June, you can purchase this pattern using the discount code MISTERDOMESTIC to receive 15% off.
But like this wasn’t enough for me. The larger Mister Domestic becomes and the more and more messages that I receive from parents of LGBTQ kids telling me about the positive impact on their lives, the more I feel responsible to not only actively maintain a safe and positive space, but help, like actually help by doing more. So, I have decided to match the total profit of this pattern through June 30th using the discount code above, not to exceed $1000, as a donation to the Trevor Project, the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. And when my good friend Tara of Wefty Needle saw that I was doing this, she offered to match the same donation. So if you haven’t bought this pattern yet, please donate by purchasing one using the code MISTERDOMESTIC by the end of day on June 30th.
So in honor of LGBTQ Pride Month, Love is Love, y’all.
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