OK. Here’s a little game for you to play over Xmas and New Year. You’ll need a ball of red wool and some knitting needles. So let’s hope that’s what Santa brought you. If not, then it’s a good thing to get you out of the house to go and get on 27th. And you’ve only got a very short time to do these. They need to be done by 12th Jan. Well, they have to be with the Blood Transfusion Service by then. So lets say any TKOE ones will be done by Twelfth Night. That’s 6 Jan. And then I can tell you how to send them in.
Now, what you are knitting is a blood drop. For a new year campaign by the Blood Transfusion Service. You’ll need the instructions, won’t you. And this is where I might not be able to post them on here….
As I thought. I can’t. So, two options. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send them to you. Or comment on here and I’ll send them to you.
It would be brilliant to support the new campaign in memory of Rosie, wouldn’t it 🙂 🙂 I’m going to make some. You can make 2D or 3D ones in small, medium or large. And I’d like pictures for the blog please.
So, here we are then, it’s Christmas Eve. I hope all your puddings are made, your turkeys are stuffed and you are safely wherever you need to be for tomorrow. We’ve had a surprise Christmas donation from the Munro Turner family – thank you very, very much indeed. We’ve taken flowers down to Rosie, washed the TKOE dog and we are just assembling ourselves for massive feast tomorrow.
Thank you once again for all your support of TKOE, and your messages and comments. It means so much to all of us and helps us through what are still difficult times.
Enjoy Xmas and get those knitting instructions ordered! It is said that knitting enables you to lose weight.