Welcome to the new ‘Knit and Natter’ group starting on Monday 3rd September in the village hall, 10.00am to 12.00 on the first Monday of the month (the same time as the Community Library).
Knitters, and indeed natterers of all levels of expertise are welcome to join in sharing skills and ideas over a cuppa, a ball of yarn and a pair of needles. If you haven’t any knitting on the go, come along anyway. Simple knitting is provided; the nattering is up to you.
The group is hosted by Rachel Hirst, who will bring something of interest to knitters to open up the chat each month. Knitters are welcome to join in and bring their own contributions. Rachel is a member of the U.K. Hand Knitting Association. This aims to promote hand knitting in the community and schools. For loads more exciting information, take a look on the UKHA website www.ukhandknitting.com
Can’t knit? Forgotten how? As rusty as your needles?
Rachel will be very happy to teach you the basics in your own home in exchange for a mug of coffee. Materials are provided, and she will make sure you have something to bring with you to the group. Tuition usually takes about 1 hour.
There is no charge for the meeting or tuition so how can you resist?
Come and meet Rachel and her needles at the Saturday Social on the 11th August.
For more information, or to book a free lesson phone Rachel on 01904 468336