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Knit, Natter & Help on 26 Sept

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Knit, Natter and Help are back on Saturday, 26 September 10am — 12noon, at the Barbour Institute.

After an August break, we meet again on the 26 September and will be knitting tiny 'smoothie hats'.
You may have seen these in the shops, proudly perched on the top of bottles of Innocent smoothies, or maybe you made some for us last year, when we sent off over 100 hats.

The scheme raises money for Age UK.

The hats are really easy to make and once you've made one, they do become addictive! You can make a basic one, add stripes, pom-poms, or there are loads of patterns available to make animals, birds, flowers, pieces of fruit...or invent your own.

To get inspired visit the website by CLICKING HERE

Come along and join in — you will be very welcome
All ages welcome (children must be accompanied by a responsible adult), needles/wool are available if you don't have any, and we always have refreshments!

There is a small charge to pay for the room.

Smoothie hats

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