News Articles Archive
24th December 2013
A keen crafter from Angus in Scotland has spoken about how much pleasure it gives her to knit toys for needy children in Africa.
Grace Lownie, who is a nonagenarian, has been stitching little teddies with scarves to send to Malawi for more than a decade - and she has notched up an astonishing 1,0... read more
18th December 2013
One of the most famous buildings in Rochdale has been recreated - in wool.
A replica of the 31 Toad Lane premises - the birthplace of the Co-operative movement in 1844 - has been painstakingly knitted together by Gillian Lonergan, head of heritage resources at the Co-operative Heritage Trust, whi... read more
16th December 2013
Zoo trips can often involve seeing some woolly animals - but not as much as a visit to a knitted menagerie created in Paignton, Devon.
A group of 30 zoo volunteers have been knitting away to create The Twelve Animal Days of Christmas Trail at Paignton Zoo since February, producing no less than 78... read more
11th December 2013
A self-confessed knitting addict has been speaking about the unbelievable day when her woolly creations became the stars of a flash mob - and ended up becoming a YouTube sensation.
Loes Veenstra, 79, lives in Rotterdam and has been knitting in her home on the same street since 1955, the Daily Tel... read more
10th December 2013
A village in Cambridgeshire is building the seasonal atmosphere thanks to a Christmas tree with a difference.
Fenstanton Knitters and Natters has produced 800 squares of colourful yarn to create a tree that is approximately nine feet tall. Some 200 toys were then attached to the creation in order... read more
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