Knit Wild Crafternoon and Yarnbombing, The Children’s Wood, 24 May, 2015

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Knit Wild Crafternoon and Yarnbombing for Voluntary Arts Week

Kelbourne St Scout Hall

Sunday 24th May, 1-5pm

Join us in making a wild and woolly yarnbomb of The Children’s Wood as part of Voluntary Arts Week. Free craft activities for all ages. Complete beginners welcome. Expert knitters come and share your skills!

Knit Wild Crafternoon and Yarnbombing will bring people across the community together to make something fabulous! At this free event complete beginners young and old can learn to knit, crochet and take part in woolcraft activities suitable for younger children. More experienced crafters can share their skills with others, as well as pick up some new ones.

We will hang up our wild and woolly creations in The Children’s Wood, as a springtime yarnbomb to celebrate the wonderful wildlife here on our doorstep and raise awareness of the natural world around us.
We’ll be making things inside the Scout Hall (Kelbourne Street, G20 8PR) opposite The Children’s Wood, as well as outdoor activities and yarnbombing outside on the North Kelvin Meadow. There will also be free facepainting and refreshments for donations raise money for The Children’s Wood.

No need to bring your own yarn and needles unless you want to!

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