One of the scariest places a new parent can be in in the Special Care Baby Unit, where premature or sick babies go to build up their strength.
To help parents out, a group of crafty women in Hawke's Bay takes unwanted woollen blankets and cuts them down to baby-size, so these babies have a nice warm blanket to keep them warm as they recover.
They've produced over a thousand blankets for babies in four years
Joanna Singleton is one of those women, and she joins us to talk about what they do, why, and how people can help out.
If you have old wool blankets to donate, you can send them to:
Hawkes Bay Hospital
398 Omahu Rd