Busy at St George’s Knit and Natter

St George’s Knit and Natter groups have been busy with all kinds of knitting. Blankets, jumpers, hats, scarves and mittens which will go to Syria. Octopuses for tiny, often premature, babies who feel the tentacles and are reminded of the umbilical cord, they are very good to keep the babies calm and stop them pulling on the wires and tubes. There’s also very tiny clothes to fit premature babies which will go to the neonatal unit at Russell’s Hall. Then we have small jumpers and hats for so-called fish and chip babies, in Africa, called that because all they have to wrap a baby in is newspaper.