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Welcome to our KAS community of over 10,000, who lovingly send 8” squares to make hand-made blankets for the South African AIDS orphans.

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Rachel Handley left a comment for Bev Jeffery
"Thank you for the welcome. I have been crocheting for about 2 years now but have become quite proficient. I am learning to knit but am a beginner at best.. I've make my friends and family lots of plushies, scarves, ect. I have already completed…"
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"This is part of John Lewis' Christmas window. My phone battery was going so I couldn't get a better picture but the window was full of penguin children wearing hand made jumpers and scarves."
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PATTERN OF THE MONTH - NOVEMBER

Solid Square - a crochet pattern

 

 Plain coloured squares are the backbone of KAS and this pattern is an excellent example of how a…

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Created by Linda Maltby Nov 1, 2014 at 5:30am. Last updated by Linda Maltby Nov 1.

Novemberr 2014

The November Square Heart is awarded to

Joan Anthony Harrow Weald, UK

 Joan has been a member of the Square Circle Forum since March 2012.  She was the lucky winner of a die machine and in her words, "I have a new toy to play with."

To read the rest of the award, 

please click here

 

 

KNIT-A-SQUARE SONG !!

THE GOOD HOPE DAY CARE CENTRE

Early in June we headed off to Othandweni Day Care Centre, in Finetown. We found that when we start distributing in a new area, the word spreads and principals of all the other local Day Cares come forward asking for blankets, which might explain why, this year, we ended up doing a number of distributions in Finetown (you may have noticed?!) We arrived at Othandweni and were taken aback by the large number of children being cared for in this tiny facility.

With the help of the teachers, we were able dress some of the children in your lovely warm tops – you will notice we pulled them over what the children were wearing so they did not have to take off layers and get cold in the process.

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Previous Reports from South Africa

Forum

THE TINY OTHANDWENI DAY CARE CENTRE

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie in SOUTH AFRICA REPORTS. Last reply by Maureen (Maudie) Anne Bryan 1 hour ago. 6 Replies

The River John Square Knitters

Started by Gloria Grandy in SPREAD THE WORD 2014. Last reply by Gloria Grandy 2 hours ago. 19 Replies

2014 TALLY

Started by Linda Maltby in SQUARE LISTS and 2014 TALLY. Last reply by Sharon Fennell 9 hours ago. 563 Replies

Share A Yarn?

Started by Bev Jeffery in Cafe KAS. Last reply by ann clements 11 hours ago. 1485 Replies

Furry, Feathered and Fishy Companions 2014

Started by P. Jeanne Haessler in Cafe KAS. Last reply by Bev Jeffery 17 hours ago. 510 Replies

Maudie(Maureen) Bryan's Blog

Started by Maureen (Maudie) Anne Bryan in Meeting you and Members' personal blogs. Last reply by Sue Gillman yesterday. 114 Replies

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COURIER SERVICES

 

 

Here is an outline of what the team are dealing with in regard to courier services.

 

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PATTERN REVISIONS !

A NOTE ABOUT OUR PATTERN REVISIONS AND WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT

This photo shows some excellent vests with good body length and generous armholes.  We are recommending having armholes 1/3, side seam 2/3 of total body length. 

To read more go to : 

Pattern Revisions

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THE KNIT(-A-SQUARE) RETREAT

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Ronda on the Radio!

20th June 2014

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Ronda was interviewed live on Radio Veritas at 08h30 on 20th. Tune in to 576MW or DSTV channel 870

 

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