With 15 members present we had our usual amazing amount of stuff, including jumpers, hats, twiddlemuffs, toys and blankets, including a lovely one in autumn colours made from squares taken from cushion cover patterns.
Another very special month in the life of Stitches. Karin, a Sister on the stroke ward at Hinchingbrooke Hospital came with two other staff to collect our many offerings from the year.
This month was probably the most amazing meeting we have ever had.
I thought we had 17 people as members of Stitches, until we had one regular absent because of illness and there were still 17 knitters. So we are obviously 18 now.
There were sixteen of us this time, with the usual mix of brilliant knits.
There must have been a lot of people this month, because in spite of counting several times I’m not sure whether there were 17 or 18 of us. I think it was 18, which is amazing, and included 2 new members.
There won’t be many here, and we won’t have much stuff’. That was the expectation when I turned up last Thursday. Continue reading