Only 13 of us this time, and a more normal number of items, but still plenty to keep us busy and well satisfied.Continue reading
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.
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
I know I’ve used ‘Wow’ before but I have to use it again this month so – WOW! The photo shows the amazing amount of things we received, including twiddlemuffs, bags, hats, baby, adult and children’s clothes, teddies and ‘bunnyroos’ (more about them later).
A slightly different focus for the blog this month. We still had a fantastic amount of stuff, including a lot more for Chernobyl, poppies, twiddlemuffs etc.
Apologies for the poor quality photos this time. I forgot my camera and my back-up photographer wasn’t able to come. So the photos show the premises of Knit for Peace in London.