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We only received this report in December, but with the loss of the offices and Ronda's ceiling collapse it has only just surfaced!

 Three young Canadian women who are currently (or were) volunteering with the Department of Health in Soweto, were supplied with a PILE of Knit-a-Square items for their Mandela Day outreach at the Emndeni Childrens Home in Zola. 

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I'm so glad this report surfaced!  It is encouraging to read that KAS is finding and reaching out to organizations like Zola Rehab.  What a win-win for everyone.  As the volume of squares is increasing every year, it must be becoming harder to get  all of them sewn into blankets and distributed by the KAS-team alone.  Partnering with organizations like Zola lets us accomplish more, reach out farther, warm more children.  LOVE IT!

KAS just goes on and on and it's influence is spreading hugely, and I'm a small part of it, what a lovely thought....Roz x

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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

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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. 

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Ronda on the Radio!

20th June 2014

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