Shoreline Knitters are creating a quilt for a Sandy Hook sibling

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Shoreline Knitters are quilting
Photo by Sis Polin

Shoreline Knitters are busy knitting hats and mittens for our community needs and participating in a Love Quilt for a Sandy Hook Sibling Survivor. The group is working on a felted quilt designed by one of our own Shoreline Knitters, Afia Christine Menke. The quilt will go to Daniel Barden’s 10 year old sister, Natalie Barden.

Donation bin at Haggen's
Photo by Sis Polin

Shoreline Knitters meet every Thursday from 1:30 to 3:30 in the Haggens CafĂ©. Newcomers welcome. Drop off boxes for knitted hats and mittens are at Shoreline City Hall and Haggens.

Questions about knitted items, contact Sis Polin.


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