Easter Sunday yarn bomb

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Knit and Chat continue to keep in touch via their facebook page, fortnightly zoom chat and by letter. The group decided that it would be uplifting to yarn bomb (decorate) part of the outside of the chapel on Easter Sunday. Depending on how many flowers the group can knit the idea is to decorate the side gate or the handrails at the front of the church. Members of the group have been truing out various flower patterns. If anyone else would like to join in and would like a pattern, get in touch with June G or Carolyn.

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