Knit and Crochet to Save the World!

Apparently, I'm a "craftivist."  I create (mostly) crochet items for family and friends and, whenever a charity event comes along, I do my best to participate.  While perusing my overflowing inbox today, I read about an opportunity to contribute my skills to society via the Caps for Good Campaign.  The gist of it is that "Save the Children and the Warm Up America! Foundation will again ask Americans to pick up their knitting needles and crochet hooks to help save the lives of nearly four million newborn babies in the developing world." We're making caps for newborns!
While I'm sure I can whip up a few dozen myself between now and February 2011 when this season's campaign ends, together we can give a great deal more.  Free patterns are available at http://www.goodgoes.org/caps.  Full details are on Save the Children's website. For those pros out there who dare not use another's pattern, all caps are to have a 12" circumference.
Get stitching!