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Get Knitting! Bracelets and Scarves with Juliet Bernard
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Inspire library knitters have amazed us again.
Why 400 hats?
2020 was the anniversary year of the Mayflower journey, marking 400 years since the pilgrims left Nottinghamshire for America. We wanted to knit a hat for every year!
The target was 400 hats and they smashed it by knitting, crocheting and crafting a total of 806 hats!
See the lovely hats they crafted for this years charity challenge...
We would like to thank the following wonderful makers:
Arnold Library - Knit and Natter, Hilary Clark
Beeston Library – Sam and Margaret
Bingham Library - Crafty Chat, Carol and family, Katherine, Sue Gill
Bircotes Library - Tuesday Craft
Burton-Joyce Library - Sally Smith, Made Group at St Helen's Church
Cotgrave Library - Sit and Knit
East Leake Library - Susan Friday
Eastwood Library - Lynda Stevens
Edwinstowe Library - Knitters, volunteers and customers
Hucknall Library - Gemma Wilkinson
Huthwaite Library - Knitters
Kimberley Library - Crafty Chatter, Elaine Tanner, Linda
Kirkby in Ashfield Library - Craft and Chatter, Vicki Collins
Newark Library - Crafty Natter and library knitters
Ollerton Library – Audrey, Debbie, Jen, Kim
Ollerton WI - Dorothy, Jean, Judy, Norah, Sue
Radcliffe on Trent Library - Radcliffe Library Knitters
Ravenshead Library - Knitters
Retford Library – Andrew, Muriel, Sylvia
Ruddington Library - Karen Sharpe
Sherwood - St Martin's Church Knit and Natter
Skegby Library - Knitters
Stapleford Library - Janet Wright
Sutton cum Lound - Knitting Group
Sutton-in-Ashfield Library - Knitters
Warsop Library - Craft and Chatter
Wirral - Mrs Ruth Gort
Worksop Library - Knitters
And to all makers who sent unlabelled packages of knitting.
Thank you for kindly donating 806 woolly hats, 4 beautiful blankets and 8 scarves to Knit for Peace.
Knitting and crafting for charity has become an enormous success in Inspire libraries.
Every year we support a different charity and 'call out' to groups and individuals that want to be involved and take part. The annual theme is announced in the spring and the resulting work is collected and put on display.
You can find out more about our Charity Knitting Challenge here.
Return to Knit, Crochet and Craft in Libraries
This is an online exhibition of hats made by library crafters!
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