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Spreading-the-word Cherry, is vital! There are so many parentless & vulnerable children, and, our wonderful knitters & crocheters make a difference to their lives by providing some comfort. We greatly appreciate what you are doing, especially if a group forms - team working and sharing ideas makes such a difference! Keep up the great work! Do let us know what responses you receive - Valerie in France had a struggle at first, but she kept plugging away and things are chugging along quite nicely!
Hi Cherry, I just want to second what Pam has said. Your enthusiasm is great!
We do have some good promotional downloads available that might help you if you haven't discovered them already.
Here's a list
KAS on a page
The rulers and business cards make great handouts.
I use the Christmas cards - I get them printed on card stock, and I have found the perfect size envelopes at my local print shop. Hopefully, we will have some more versions in the future.
If you go to the Square Shop you will find notecards there which can be downloaded for a fee, I have not used these, but my impression is that there is a message on the back which indicates you are making a cash donation to KAS as a gift to the person you are sending the card to.
We used to have a set of 12 plain notecards available for download. These are no longer on the site. It is a rather large file, but if you want it, message me with your email (I still have the pdf on my computer)and I will send it. I use these a lot - they are great for thank you notes to square donors etc. Hopefully, sometime soon we can get these back on the site.
Well done, Cherry.......you are certainly 'on to it'. I hope you get a great response. :))
Well done Cherry!
Hey, that's a GREAT flyer, Cherry. Clear, concise and with all the relevant info. WELL DONE!
Dear Cherry it's George Roe again. Most people struggle with diagonal knitting if they aren't given a pattern of
a few instructions. Start by casting on three stitches. It's too fiddley otherwise. Knit one row. Increase at the
beginning of each row until your work measures desired length. Work one row. Decrease at the beginning of
each row till you only have three stitches left. Cast off.
My Daughter is a left ~ handed knitter too. God Bless You. I'm sure you left ~ handers have special angels.
Cherry - Just a postscript to George's message above - not sure where you were asking about diagonal squares - but you can find a pattern for one in our KAS Pattern Book at
These are easy and fun to knit - one of our most popular squares!