Haiti Relief Fundraiser

By now I’m sure you all have heard about the horribly devastating earthquake in Haiti and I’m also sure that like me you feel so heartbroken and helpless in face of the suffering of the Haitian people. Nothing will bring back those who perished, but the survivors need our help. From all the reports I’ve read, the biggest need in Haiti is just for basic relief and supplies…food, water, shelter, medical supplies. That’s why I’ve decided to coordinate a fundraiser for the Haitian people with 100% of the proceeds to go to the Red Cross International Response Fund. The Red Cross has been helping those in need since 1881 and they have already pledged an initial 1 million towards Haiti Relief, let’s help them give more.

How you Ask?

I’m coordinating a silent auction of items that have been donated by indie crafters, artists and designers. Each day I will share a new batch of items on Indie Fixx that you can bid on via the comments. You will be able to see everyone’s bids and rebid if you get outbid. The highest bidder will win the item and pledges the amount bid towards the Red Cross International Response Fund. The item will then be sent out in the mail to you from the artist, crafter or designer who donated it.

Be sure to visit the Haiti Relief Fundraiser page for all the details.  Please feel free to link, tweet & post this fundraiser everywhere! The more people who know about it, the more we can raise!

Now get started on bidding!

How to bid.

Leave a comment on this post with the following:

  • your name
  • your email address
  • your bid amount

Keep checking back throughout the day to see if you have been outbid. I will do my best to keep up with moderating comments, so you will be able to see everyone else’s bids. If you are outbid, rebid! Remember, it’s for a good cause. Also, you may bid on multiple items, just be prepared to win!


Item # 1 – Double Down Cowl from Fringe

Super soft, thick, yet lightweight wool blend cowl. So soft you will want to curl up on the sofa with it. Made from an organic, beautiful dove grey color that has specks of black and brown and little brown fibers sticking out here and there for one half and a pale, soft shade of linen for the other. The grey half is knit while the linen half is crocheted. The design is simple and classic with a twist. This item is currently taking 3 – 5 business days to ship. Measurements: Length around; 34 inches, keep in mind this piece has some stretch to it. Valued at $88

Bid on it and make it yours! The bidding period for this item will close January, 15th at 11:59 pm EST. Bidding Closed!


Item # 2 – Shake Sugaree Shoulder bag in Denim and Ivory from Pansy Maiden

Lovely super stylish 100% vegan, 100% natural, 100% sustainable bag in denim and ivory twill. It features a flap closure with powerful magnetic snap, 3 interior pockets, 1 exterior zip pocket, shoulder strap 2″ wide, side darts, heavy canvas interfacing so the bag can keep its shape, reinforced stitching at stress points. 18″ across at widest point, 14″ across the top (opening) & 9″ deep. Machine Washable. Cold/Cold, Delicate cycle, lay flat to dry. Valued at $59

Bid on it and make it yours!  The bidding period for this item will close January, 15th at 11:59 pm EST. Bidding Closed!

Item # 3 – Light Blue Porcelain Flower Necklace from Tasha McKelvey

How pretty! Handmade porcelain light blue flower necklace. Size: 1.5 inch flower pendant on an 18-inch sterling silver chain. Valued at $32

Bid on it and make it yours!  The bidding period for this item will close January, 15th at 11:59 pm EST. Bidding Closed!


The logo was very generously created by Khristian A. Howell, a surface designer and photographer. Look for her in the upcoming Print & Pattern (Blogspot) Book this spring. She is always taking all sorts of commissions and will be making her debut at the Surtex show this coming May.


  1. Just a note if anyone is looking at these comments, I had to adjust a few of the comment posting times since the blog clock was wrong. It was off by an hour.

    The important thing to know is that all these bids were made before the auction cut-off at 11:59pm EST.

    The clock is correct now!

  2. Faro, you didn’t miss it. my blog clock was off. just corrected it. It’s only 11:07 pm here and the auction ends at 11:59 pm!

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