Thanks to one of our own knitters, we found out that there is a lot of needle activity at the Winter Olympics this year. Read the whole article in The Guardian.
No stopping, our knitters. Here is Vivian in Kenya, knitting some more squares for our blankets. Everything we knit will be donated to people in need.
If you want to join us, please do. Our next session is on 20th August at Lizzie Bee, to sign up please click here.
Yesterday CNN published a very interesting article about knitting and its benefits. Finally there is some research done in arts & crafts...of course we already knew all these things.
You can read the full article here.
Last night we had our first knitting club. We loved it.
We will be having monthly knitting sessions where you can learn how to knit and help us make blankets, scarves or other garments which will be donated to people in need.
Our next session will be Thursday 13 March, 7.00-9.00 pm. Please go to the webpage to sign up.
Esther Poon is an amazing lady who loves knitting. A yarn bomber par excellence. See her work here!
Highly unusual, highly effective. Just watch the video. Fantastic!
Knitting is for everybody, everywhere and whenever.
We thought we should share this amusing story of Gregory 'questioned' by cops over knitting in a coffee shop.
Please meet Gregory Patrick, knitter of bears extraordinare. Read his blog now.
We like this.
The ladies from La Belle Epoque (and others) are very creative and I believe they do workshops as well. For more information, please visit www.belle-epoque-hk.blogspot.hk.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb