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SPECIAL REPORT - THE NAVY BLUE SCARF PROJECT

Knit-A-Square partners with SA business! Knit-A-Square is excited to finally reveal details of the navy blue scarf project we have been hi…

Started by Pam AntinkLatest Reply

OUR VISIT TO EVERGREEN DAY CARE AND PRE-SCHOOL

On a freezing cold day at the beginning of June 2014, we headed off to Finetown once more … and, thanks to a large group of volunteers on t…

Started by Ronda Helen LowrieLatest Reply

GETTING ORGANISED!

They say that you should live in a house before you make any changes to it!  Well, after having been in our KAS office for well over 6 mont…

Started by Ronda Helen LowrieLatest Reply

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SPECIAL REPORT - THE NAVY BLUE SCARF PROJECT

Knit-A-Square partners with SA business! Knit-A-Square is excited to finally reveal details of the navy blue scarf project we have been hi…

Started by Pam Antink

44 2 hours ago
Reply by P. Jeanne Haessler

OUR VISIT TO EVERGREEN DAY CARE AND PRE-SCHOOL

On a freezing cold day at the beginning of June 2014, we headed off to Finetown once more … and, thanks to a large group of volunteers on t…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

10 on Thursday
Reply by Anne Powell

MY WEEK IN JOHANNESBURG WITH THE KASfolk!

I have been inspired to write a little about the wonderful week I have had in Joburg with Wendy, Ronda and volunteers at Knit a Square! I r…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

18 Jan 18
Reply by Pam Antink

PLAYING SANTA WITH THE SHARP KIDZ...

Our visit to the Sharp Kidz Day Care in Finetown reminded me of how Santa must feel when visiting the children of the world to drop off gif…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

12 Jan 4
Reply by MILI K

GETTING ORGANISED!

They say that you should live in a house before you make any changes to it!  Well, after having been in our KAS office for well over 6 mont…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

11 Dec 22, 2014
Reply by P. Jeanne Haessler

A KAS ROAD TRIP - DAY 2!

Having spent the evening in Newcastle, Wendy and I headed off bright and early to the city of Ladysmith.  Ladysmith is in the Uthukela Dist…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

14 Nov 28, 2014
Reply by Pam Johnson

THE TINY OTHANDWENI DAY CARE CENTRE

Early in June we headed off to Othandweni Day Care Centre, in Finetown.  We have found that when we start distributing in a new area, the w…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

12 Nov 24, 2014
Reply by Susie Haynes

THE GOOD HOPE DAY CARE CENTRE

APOLOGIES, DUE TO TECHNICAL ISSUES, RONDA WAS NOT ABLE TO POST THIS REPORT DIRECTLY! In June we visited a small Day Centre in Finet…

Started by Pam Antink

4 Nov 12, 2014
Reply by Sue Gillman

THE BUCCLEUCH PRIMARY SCHOOL BLANKET DRIVE!

At the end of May, Wendy and I were invited to Buccleuch Primary School to accept more than 80 blankets that the children had knitted as pa…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

12 Oct 31, 2014
Reply by Arlene G

KAS VISITS NEO DAY CARE

Well, it may be the first week of Spring here in South Africa but last week we experienced bitterly cold temperatures, dropping below freez…

Started by Ronda Helen Lowrie

13 Oct 24, 2014
Reply by Ronda Helen Lowrie

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NEWS FLASH !

THE DECEMBER SQUARES LIST IS AVAILABLE.

Thanks to the dedication of the volunteers, the total of 18,684 squares is the second highest for 2014.   This is a fantastic feat considering the last two Thursdays of December were holidays [Christmas and New Year’s Day] 

The S.A. team will not receive parcels in the order sent and is still attempting to clear the backlog. Please be patient and watch the Squares Lists for your name. 

If your parcel is not on this list, it will be on the next one or even the one after that !

The December 2014 Squares List is available on www.knit-a-square.com “Received Squares”

Graphs for Squares, Hats and Tops are here

Please include the Packing Slip in your parcel to help the team with recording.

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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

KasBlog

Read the latest KasBlog from Andrea :

FIRST FRUITS OF THE HARVEST

Please click here

Ronda on the Radio!

20th June 2014

LISTEN TO RONDA !

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

 

Direct Link

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