Calling all First U knitters and crocheters!

As Fall approaches, this is a good time to get out your needles, hooks and beautiful yarn. Our Yarn Group meets weekly Mondays from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the Rocky Run Clubhouse (temporary location during church kitchen renovations), where we welcome all “yarners.” However, if you enjoy knitting...

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The Ugly Quilts Group

The Ugly Quilts Group at St. Paul’s Methodist Church turns household items into sleeping bags for the homeless. The group was featured on WHYY in December. They use sheets, old blankets, large pieces of fabric, shower curtains, t-shirts and towels to make the sleeping bags. Men’s neckties are needed for...

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Knitters and Crafters Warm Us Up!

The craft group is pleased to report that 165 hats/scarves/mittens were lovingly and artistically created for members of the community. Mimi Moser, Susan Madison, and Jackie Feldman recently sorted, counted, and boxed up the items for distribution to the YWCA Life Care Center, Sojourner’s Place, and Friendship House. UUSC was...

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Monday Afternoon Yarn Craft!

The Monday afternoon knitting/crochet group will be starting the new year with a gathering in the Warner Room on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 1 p.m.  Everyone is welcome to join us to work on a project of your choice, receive and give help, share patterns, and enjoy the conversation (the...

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UUSC Knitting Project and Guest at Your Table

The final count is in! Items donated to UUSC for the GAYT campaign is 249. Thank you Carol Scott, Mimi Moser, Dottie Ashcraft, Jean Toll, Susan Madison, Michele Tashman, Meghan Miller, Darlene Scott, Jackie Feldman, Diane Wills, Deb Dalecki, and Carol Cottman. We are also grateful to those people who...

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UUSC Knitting Project!

Members and friends of First Unitarian contributed 224 hats and scarves to the Guest at your Table (GAYT) program this year. In September, 116 items were sent to Boston for distribution, and this month 108 more will be sent. The biggest gift of this project is not the yarn but...

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