Calling all ladies who knit or crochet. St. Tabitha's Needle-working Circle will meet on Sunday, January 7, after Liturgy in the parish hall.
Join us on the first Sunday of each month to knit or crochet caps, blankets, and other items that will be donated to those in need. Bring your knitting needles, crochet hooks, yarn and any patterns you'd like to share. If you don't crochet or knit but would like to learn, please join us.
St. Tabitha, the widow raised from the dead by the Apostle Peter, is known as the patron saint for seamstresses and those who make garments. We put this commitment together to help the less fortunate in our community with our gift of creativity. So far we’ve supplied over 100 chemo hats as well as multiple scarves and lapghans to two different cancer centers and the St. Mary hospital, delivered 75 baby hats to Christ Hospital, supplied over 20 blankets to a local pet shelter, provided stuffed toys and baby hats to the Shriners Hospital for Children via Matushka Carly, and supplied blankets for the babies of inmates at Cook County Jail via Dr. Tina Richardson.
Look for Matushka Joanna and Arlene Tilghman at a table in the parish hall. Hope to see you there!
For more information contact
Matushka Joanna Keith: email@example.com; or
Arlene Tilghman: firstname.lastname@example.org