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Maker Monday

This month we'll be working on knitted baby bird nests used for wildlife rehabilitation.  Woolen pouches are soft and excellent for keeping baby birds warm.  They also provide a convenient place to feed baby birds.  The patterns for the nests are very easy, so if you want to learn to knit, this is a great way to begin.  I'll have supplies and would love to get you started on a nest.

For more info, see: http://www.wildcarebayarea.org/site/PageServer?pagename=babybirdnest_howcanIhelp

I'll be researching VA organizations that may be able to make use of the nests.


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  • Catherine C.

    Thanks everyone for your persistence! Please feel free to bring your knitting with you to the space and we can work on it some more. Special thanks to Kevin and Melanie for their expertise! Fun times.

    July 22, 2014

  • Catherine C.

    Hello all. If you are already a knitter, please bring size 10.5 or 11 double pointed needles or 24" circulars if you have them. I have extra DPNs, but the more the merrier.

    July 20, 2014

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