Waltham Forest

Knit and Natter

We are a small group of friendly people. Our group is very new and we have various levels of experience in knitting and crochet. Beginners or any level of experience is welcome. We usually work on our own pieces but are happy to learn (and teach) new stitches. We also knit or crochet for the Whipps Cross premature baby unit but this is purely voluntary.

Our first meeting took place at the end of May and was a convivial mix of knitters and crocheters (is that a word?), experienced and beginners. We have cautiously started 'small', with six members in total and we won't be advertising for any more until we see how it all works out. But if you are keen to join contact Lesley, who will have the latest information.

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More Group Pages
19th Century Literature Art Appreciation
Birdwatching Bismarck
Book Club Canasta
Chess Cinema Visits
Circle Dancing Classical Studies
Crafts Cribbage
Enjoying Classical Music A Enjoying Classical Music B
Epping Forest Walks Family History 1
Family History 2 Film Club
French Studies Garden Club
Garden Studies Geography of Great Britain
German A German B
History Knit and Natter
London Ambles Mahjong
Needlework Painting for Pleasure
Play Reading Poetry Reading
Recorder Remarkable Women
Rummikub 1 Rummikub 2
Rummikub 3 Scrabble
Shakespeare Group Shakespeare Group
Singing for Fun 1 Singing for Fun 2
Table Tennis Upwords
Walking London Whist