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Streetknit 2007-2008 Winter Goods Drive for Homeless


Founded by Sadie Lewis last year, Streetknit is once again asking knitters throughout Toronto to donate winter knit goods for the homeless. Whether a seasoned stitch 'n bitcher or a knitting newbie, Streetknit wants you to put your needles together for a good cause.

If you're not sure what to knit or need a pattern to get started, visit streetknit.ca - you'll find what you need.

Drop off hats, mitts, scarves, sweaters or socks to:

* The Naked Sheep Beaches
* The Knit Cafe Queen and Ossington
* Sew Be It Studio Yonge and Eglinton
* Knit-o-matic Bathurst and St. Clair


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