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Operation Cover-up Knitting

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Martinborough knitters, knitting for children in orphanages in Moldova, Ukraine and Romania meet twice monthly – the first Tuesday of the month in the small hall at St. Andrews Church, Dublin Street and the third Tuesday of the month at Wharekaka.   These lovely blankets and knitted jerseys etc. will be on display at St. Andrews Church Hall on Saturday 27th. July   1: 30  to 3: 30 p.m.  Everyone welcome!
  
We are most grateful to Property Brokers for their  very generous donation of money to buy wool for the knitters in both Martinborough and  Featherston. We would be very pleased to hear from any knitters or crotchetier who would like to join us.

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