Angelbear goes global

Now knitters around the globe can comfort children worldwide.

Back in issue 64 we told you about Angelbear, which Melanie Smith set up to give sick or needy children a comforting toy. Well, the campaign has been a success -so much so that Melanie is welcoming donations of An gel bears and nominations for charities to support from anywhere in the world. Kemp Packaging of Louth are sponsoring Angelbear, making getting bears to the children even easier. Some are on their way to a charity supporti ng child re nwith heart defects in the US, and here in the UK children in women's refuges are among those who have received Angelbears. If you can nominate a charity or knit Angelbears, visit www.angelbear.org.uk or write to Angelbear, Melanie Smith, 53 Allington Garden, Boston, Lincolnshire PE219DW.

The Angelbear pattern has been designed to meet EU safety standards so It can be given to children. To download the pattern and safety guidelines, visit http://angelbear.org.uk/pat.html

Angel Bear Melanie Smith
The special pattern is designed to meet safety standards.

Enjoy a sit down and a cuppa - it's all in a good cause.

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Enjoy a sit down and a cuppa - it's all in a good cause.

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We're supporting Marie Curie Cancer Care's BloomingGreatTea Party campaign, 12 June to 12 July is tea party season: a great excuse to bake cakes, fill the pot and raise money for charity in a most enjoyable way.

Our tea cosy design competition closes on 31 August If you haven't come up with one yet, you could find inspiration foryour design at your own party. For details of the competition, see issue 66 or 67 of Simply Knitting, or visit www. mariecurie.org.uk/supportus/fundraising/ bloom ing_great_tea_party/

  • H We've only got Li^HJ oneprizeforthis giveaway, but what a prize it is! We have a pack (eight balls) of The Knitting Academy Gemstone in 'Amethyst'to give away. This gorgeousyam has a soft halo around an iridescent core, and if you win this prize you'll be able to knit a truly stunning garment or collection of accessories. Turn to page 72 for our review, and visit http:// theknrttingacademy.blogspot.com or call Oils 845 0688 for information on The Knitting Academy's classes and yarns.
  • TO ENTER: Text SKGEM, then a space, then your name and address to 87474 or visit www.simplyknitting.co.uk and scroll down to 'Competitions'. Fill in the M entry form using the keyword SKGEM. For terms and conditions see page 19.
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