Items currently being sent by The Ships Project are listed under Currently Sending. Items listed under "Upcoming Needs" are not currently being sent due to the changing (often seasonal) needs of our troops. Currently Sending: Please focus on: Cool Ties Cool ties should be made from 100% cotton fabric Solid Tan or Desert Camo Navy Blue or "patriotic" prints, avoiding a direct representation of the flag (Due to military restrictions) "Fun" masculine prints Cool ties should finish to 2-4" in width, and 45" long, with finished ends. Patterns and a source for the Watersorb crystals can be found on the Approved Patterns page. Needed in limited amounts: Knitted or Crocheted Hats Solid black items in 100% natural fiber yarns are needed for ground troops Items in bright colors (acrylic, natural fiber, or blends) are needed for medical units and ships. See the Item Guidelines and Approved Patterns pages for more information. Knitted or Crocheted Slippers Solid black items in 100% natural fiber yarns are needed for ground troops Items in bright colors (acrylic, natural fiber, or blends) are needed for medical units and ships. See the Item Guidelines and Approved Patterns pages for more information. Knitted Socks These should be true socks, to be worn under boots, NOT "slipper" socks. 100% Wool or other natural fiber. No Blends or Synthetic Fibers Black Dark Brown Postage Donations The Ships Project is funded entirely by donations which enable the items sent by members to reach the troops overseas. Postage donations may be sent any time, either by check made out to "Ellen Harpin - The Ships Project" or through PayPal to "ellens12 @ yahoo.com" (no spaces) at the link below. Upcoming Needs: The Ships Project will focus on cool ties throughout the summer months. Warm items for ground units, medical units, and naval units will resume in the fall. The Ships Project is funded entirely by donations. 100% of all funds donated go directly into the project to pay for the postage costs to send items to the troops. Hidden Field Hidden Field iSearchiGive.com © 2004 - 2018 The Ships Project. All Rights Reserved. Emily Clayton, Webmaster. .