28 days ago

Fundraising Event for Cat Rescue Christchurch. Sunday evening 1 Sept 2019

Bronwyn Reader from Cat Rescue Christchurch

Bandit Yarn are doing a cool event with all profits to go to Cat Rescue Christchurch.

‘’ Our first Lights Up Knitting session at the Academy Gold Cinema (across the road from us at The Columbo) will be at 7.45pm on Sunday 1 September ‘’

Can you multi task. Knit and watch a movie at the same time. DO YOU JUST LOVE BRUCE SPRINGTEEN. If so purchase some tickets and let’s get productive.

Link to the cool movie being played is below www.outlawyarn.com...

I also have a cat mice knitting pattern and a crocheted cat mice pattern if you would like to produce an item that you could donate that we could sell at our craft stalls. Just email me on collections.catrescue@gmail.com, your email address and I will attach the pattern

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