Calling all knitters and crocheters!
Do you knit? Do you crochet? Do you want to learn? We want you for an exciting new community project at the J! Join us on Sunday, February 4, from 9:30 to 11:30am to learn about the Knits-Vah Project.
The goal of this project is to unite individuals of all knitting and crocheting skill levels for a common cause. Our mission is to create intergenerational bonds while crafting handmade items for charitable purposes, specifically assembling cozy blankets for communities in need, hats for soldiers, scarves, or hats for cancer patients, and more. At the heart of this project is a focus on building relationships and fostering inclusivity through the shared artistry of knitting and crocheting. Come be part of our journey by joining us on Sunday, February 4th, for a kickoff event where we will embark on this meaningful adventure together. Let's channel our creativity into warmth and care for those in need, anticipating the positive impact and the development of a vibrant, multigenerational community of knitters and crocheters.
Take our survey here! https://bit.ly/knitsvahsurvey
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