Stitch Me Warm

​​​​​​​​​​​ A labour of love, one stitch at a time

Weaving Magic

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Knitters from all over Australia are coming together to bring a little warmth and love to  residents in remote areas of Australia, one stitch at a time.

It is widely acknowledged that knitters have a generous spirit. From whipping up scarves and hats for the needy to donating their yarn money to charity, knitters continuously put their needles together for others. 

And with hundreds in desperate need of some love and warmth, Kwaya's knitters are ready to deliver.



Jude Mapleson is the Knitting Group Co-ordinator for the KwaYa Project. She resides in Alice Springs and brings knitters together from across Australia for this very worthwhile project. 

We send  knitted goods to the remote areas of Alice Springs for the local indigenous population. 

Recipients
  • Western Desert Dialysis at The Purple House Alice Springs
  • Alice Springs Hospital
  • Remote outstation, Western Desert
  • Alice Springs Women's Shelter
  • Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir

Register below as a
  • knitter...
  • donor of wool, needles, patterns etc

NOTE: Crocheted garments more than welcome!!



                  
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Donating knitted garments or wool?
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STITCH ME WARM
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For more info ph: 
Jude: 0459 480804