Linda Matthams - Crafting feature

I am Linda Matthams. I am married and I lived in Broomfield until I got married 23 years ago. I went to both schools. My dad still lives in Broomfield. I have been crafting for quite a few years now and I enjoy it very much. I do knitted baby/toddlers clothes and toys and I also make cards and pictures, and I can turn my hand to most things. Some of the proceeds from the sales I donate to Farleigh Hospice, as this is very dear to my heart. They looked after my mum before she died. I also have a link on my Facebook page called kittykatzknits. Orders can be placed.

My contact details are:

Mobile: 07723 431335

Facebook and kittykatzknits

These are all Christmas decoration items for Christmas 17. All hand made out of felt and material. Priced at £3.00. Also have felt gingerbread men and reindeers at the same price. Hand knitted tinsel trees and snowmen can be made to order. The tree prices are for a 28cm its £10.00 and the 13cm is £5.00. The snowman is £8.00. I also make a variety of other things including dog coats, babyclothes, handmade cards. Hope this is ok. From Linda.

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