"Thank you for all your work with these lists, Anneke.
For the French contingent, may I add a little correction:
"Collectif Acteurs de Fointboublank" should be "Collectif Acteurs de FONTBOUILLANT"
Fontbouillant is a…"
I´m just gonna introduce myself now:My name is Jana, I live in Germany and I´ve just finished my 4th square for KAS. Not much yet but I promise I´ll make more.I love the idea of KAS because I love knitting and crochet, I love helping children and I love South Africa. I lived in Johannesburg as an exchange student when I was 16 and aside from the great landscape and wanderful people the one thing I´ll never forget about my time there is how cold the winter was. I think a lot of people think of SA as warm country because that is just the image we have of Africa in general but it get´s really cold. When I was there I slept with a heating blanket, something I´d never done before nor after (and I grew up in a village that has the word "cold" in it´s name!). I also remember me and my "sister" and a friend sitting in the kitchen with the oven on and the oven door open because that was the only way to stay warm...So just the thought of something small that I made keeping a child warm makes me…See More
Knit-a-square is a worldwide
organization with members from
all cultures, races and religions.
We are a charity that is run by a team
of volunteers in South Africa who
sort and assemble 8" (20 cm) squares
into blankets to be distributed to vulnerable children in need.
KAS supplied blankets, hats, handwarmers and toys to over 5,500 children in 2017. If Ronda’s wishes come true, in 2018 even more children will receive the gift of warmth and love from around the world.