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Clack and Yak: Knitting Group

Mondays → 11am - 1pm
16 yrs +
Free

Platform’s weekly Clack and Yak knitting group meet at Platform for a chat and a cuppa whilst knitting, sewing or crocheting. 

The group are friendly and welcoming and knit items for themselves, family and friends. Members often make things for good causes such as MacMillan Cancer Support and knitting small hats for premature babies. They are also great at offering advice if you are stuck on a tricky pattern! 

Beginners are welcome.

INTERESTED?

You must pre book your space before joining - please do not attend until you have booking confirmation.

To take part please email info@platform-online.co.uk or phone / text Margaret on the following number 07458105322.

Please do not travel to Platform if you feel unwell or have any of the symptoms associated with Covid-19. You are welcome to continue mask wearing in indoor public spaces in line with government and public health advice, though this is no longer a legal requirement. Hand washing facilities and sanitiser will be easily accessible before, during and after the workshop.

Dates and times
Mon 25 April - Mon 20 June 2022
11am - 1pm
Additional info

Clack & Yak member Brenda said: “Platform is a great place to socialise and learn new skills but most of all it’s about being made welcome – to me it’s ‘the best thing since sliced breid’.

Brenda (Image: Coulson & Tennant)

Brenda (Image: Coulson & Tennant)

A poem by Clack and Yak member Rena Quinn, reminiscing during lockdown about weekly meet ups:

THE CLACK AND YAK KNITTING GROUP

Do you remember our group?

A hobby of ours was knitting to do

Aran, Fair Isle, we did the lot

It all depended on what wool we’d bought

If a baby was born

A shawl we would make

Although complicated

We never made a mistake

Our mothers had taught us when we were small

Before then we held the hank

Whilst Mum rolled the ball

Sometimes we’d hear of a jumble sale

With stalls of home baking

And sometimes old balls of wool

Made of colours

Old fashioned and new

With shades of rainbow in every hue

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