WMC: September 2018
Only two and a half months to go until our angels are blessed and they are shared with the community in Wantage. We will soon need to make decisions about the messages that they carry on their labels.
The Knit & Chat group continues to meet twice a month.
We meet in the Parlour so do come and join the group if you enjoy knitting, chatting or drinking tea / coffee.
Please feel free to do any sort of knitting (it doesn't have to be angels) or maybe bring some other handicraft that you enjoy doing. I am shortly going to learn to crochet!
The dates for this month are Monday October 1st and Monday October 15th at 2 pm.
If you would like an angel pattern to knit at home then please let me know.
Looking forward to seeing you.
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