April’s charity knit

These were sent off earlier this month; two 12 inch knitted squares. A charity called Woolly Hugs makes them into blankets for children from Chernobyl, who come to the UK for a holiday over the summer months. Besides enjoying some fun by the beach, a stay here can improve their immunity against childhood cancers, which run at around 75% in the area surrounding Chernobyl. Woolly Hugs also collects small gifts, of the sorts teenagers  teenagers would like, and a little money for ice-cream, which I sent along with the squares.

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2 thoughts on “April’s charity knit

  1. annestenhouse

    Hi Allis, I’ve been doing a bit of knitting again and it always leaves ‘ends’. I see this year’s posting date is past, but will keep it in mind for next winter. anne stenhouse

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