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The Helpful Knitters continue to meet monthly working on various charity projects.
So for we have sent squares to South Africa, knitted hats for smoothie bottles (twice) and most recently created a beautiful blanket for Woolly Hugs.
We are currently knitting twiddlemuffs for dementia patients. If you want to know what twiddlemuffs are, come along to our next get-together on Saturday 4th February (10am-12noon in the library), to find out!
If you would like to get involved but can't join us, get in touch for a copy of the pattern by emailing or find us on facebook.

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