For all of us who live upside down on the bottom of the earth to share local craft events, wool and yarn specials and other bits of interest.
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Welcome Margaret. You will love it here. I have bought the Bendigo wool too it is beautiful. I was lucky this week to find some good oddments of wool in an op. shop. Bev in WA will keep an eye on you from Australia.
Hi everyone, I am new to the forum. I live in the country and don't have a local wool shop so I purchased pure wool from the Bendigo Woollen Mills at $12 for a 200g ball. If you spend $60 there is no postage payable.I think this is good value. I have knitted my first 10 squares in Beautiful Blues. Just got delivery today of variegated wool for this months challenge and look forward to seeing how it knits up.
Thanks, Joanne! Very soon I will be adding a KasShop board to our Pinterest page. My hope is, that by adding Pins of the various items we offer, some non-Kasfolk will feel a heart tug and purchase something even if they never make a square or become members. We need to find as many ways as we can to bring more $$ into KAS
Thank you Maudie!!! The more followers and re-pins we have, the better it is for KAS
Thanks Anne. I am now following all boards and I have repined a beautiful photo of the little girl with the doll onto my Wool-Girl board.
We now have a new Pinterest page - Knit-a-Square South Africa
Please drop in to see what's up. If you would please click FOLLOW ALL
you will receive updates as new things are posted. It will also help us drive our Google rating so we can attract readers from outside KAS and hopefully they will visit our website, join KAS, or make a donation.
If you already have a Pinterest page of your own, please re-Pin anythng of interest and help us spread the word.
Here is another fundraising success from Elaine (in Tassie).
Also some of the ladies from the US and Canada hold fundraiser days through their church....and please do let us know if you have any successful fundraising events as we are always looking for ideas to help meet the postage costs. :))
Thanks for suggestions for postage fund-raising. We will see what we can do and let you know how it goes. Any other ideas would be welcome.
What do others do for postage?
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