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Comment by Elaine Jones yesterday

I've just had a look at these cards and they are quite beautiful, great value too!

Comment by Anne Powell yesterday

WHAT'S AN ELEPHANT DOING IN THE KAS SHOP?

This little guy appears on one of our new African Wildlife note cards. Two sets of six different cards for only $7/set are now available.

For the gardeners, we have introduced our new Flower Series. Six gorgeous cards for $7.

Please visit the shop here and order today. Your purchase from the KAS Shop directly benefits our South African children.

Comment by Amanda Jane Luff on Monday

i will be sending from the UK. not sure about sending.

Comment by Tom Skupham on Monday

Small parcels economy ,they usually quote 8/10 weeks for delivery, I think it all depends when a container ship is going thay way

Comment by Amanda Jane Luff on Monday

how many months does it take from UK

Comment by Philippa Gray on May 30, 2016 at 9:45am
Thanks Kathy.
Comment by Kathy Platts on May 28, 2016 at 6:35pm
Hi Philippa! Just returned from holiday and saw your question regarding needles. I appreciate you've found a home for them now, but for information Knit for Peace based in London will always accept any needles etc. It's useful to know as the postal charges are so low as posting within UK. My understanding is that Ronda needs crochet hooks (4mm) more than knitting needles as the Gogos use them for making up the blankets. I hope this helps, Kathy x
Comment by Philippa Gray on May 27, 2016 at 3:57am
Thank you Elaine. They have already found a home but it's good to know if I ever find myself with excess needles again.
Comment by Elaine Jones on May 27, 2016 at 3:21am

Philippa, I don't know if anyone has responded to your question but I believe your spare knitting needles would be much welcomed in South Africa.  We have sent quite a few in the past.

Comment by Tom Skupham on May 26, 2016 at 6:34am

Hi great to get the Newsletter .

K.a.S has been like planting an Acorn, it has grown into a great tree and it will continue to grow with all the love there is in the world

 

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