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Knit & Natter

Knit & Natter

At a glance

When

Start: Saturday, February 1, 2020

End: Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Where

Across North Devon

Who

Crafters of all abilities Beginners and experienced knitters and crocheters welcome

  • On your marks, cast on and Knit!

Throughout February and March we are asking people to get together and knit to raise vital funds for your North Devon Hospice. Beginners and experienced knitters and warmly welcomed to get involved. 

You can knit in the comfort of your own home, or organise a big group knit. We ask that you raise sponsorship for your knit-athon or get your group to all make a donation to take part. The money you raise will make a big difference to local people who are facing a life-limiting illness. 

A knit is easy to organise and fun! Just pick a date and you can download posters and sponsor forms for each participant. This year we have some brand new patterns in your free downloadable pattern book. 

We would love to pop along and visit you during your knit & thank you with a special Knit & Natter certificate, so let us know your plans by getting in touch today. You can give us a call or email us a fundraising@northdevonhospice.org.uk.

So what are you waiting for? Rally your fellow knitters & crafters, grab your needles, make a pot of tea (or a G&T if you prefer!) and knit for North Devon Hospice!

Press the buttons below to download your posters, sponsor forms & patterns!

 

              

 

Every penny you raise will support the vital care we give. We’re proud to say that 80 pence in every pound is spent directly on patient care; £20 could pay for one of our specialist Hospice nurses to give an hour of care in a patient’s own home.