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£140raised of £50 target by 11 supporters

    Weʼve raised £140 to fund A Spoonful of Crafting & provide free craft kits for people suffering illness. we promote healing through crafting.

    Funded on Saturday, 25th November 2017

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    What is a Spoonful of Crafting?
    A Spoonful of Crafting is a super awesome community initiative supporting and inspiring healing through crafting. We believe that everyone should have the chance to experience crafting and the many emotional, psychological and physical benefits it can bring. A Spoonful of Crafting provides amazing free craft kits to people with mental and physical health issues, and people who are in end of life care. We are a confidential service and disclosing your illness is always your choice. We are completely financed by donations Our lovingly made kits will take you step by step through making a beautiful and unique craft, that you can keep for yourself or give as a gift.

    Why is crafting so helpful?
    Illness changes people lives in immeasurable and often uncontrollable ways. Confident people become shy, physically active people become housebound, and social people become lonely. Our kits give our recipients, (or our hive of Crafters as we call them), the opportunity to spend an hour or two making something beautiful. Our crafts can help distract our crafters from chronic pain, or help them gently move their arthritic fingers; it can provide them with a sense of self worth, teach them a new skill, it can improve self confidence and it can offer the chance be in control of something in their lives, when sometimes every other thing is out of their control.

    So what exactly is in a Spoonful Kit?
    Our kits have absolutely everything you need to make one craft (except sometime scissors), they come with detailed instructions which take you through the whole making process. Some of our kits are for families to make with children; offering a chance to re-connect with family amid the turmoil and sadness of illness. Some of our kits contain 2 identical crafts, offering a social activity that a crafter can do with a visiting friend. We even have kits that are perfect for people with limited abilities, which can be made with help from a carer.



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    • Nana Sue

      Nana Sue

      Sep 29, 2017

      Very proud of our special busy buzzy Bee who always comes up with the best ideas x x


    • Hannah Woodward

      Hannah Woodward

      Sep 28, 2017



    • Jo Smith

      Jo Smith

      Sep 28, 2017

      This is such a fab idea and just a really great thing for you to do. Happy crafting! X


    • Steve Dannan

      Steve Dannan

      Sep 28, 2017

      Keep crafting beautiful lady xx


    • Zoe Reid

      Zoe Reid

      Sep 28, 2017

      You are doing a fantastic thing. Happy to donate when I can xx


    • Clare Watkins

      Clare Watkins

      Sep 28, 2017

      Amy, hope this keeps you and your little craft team crafting, caring and supporting others to do just that x


    • Gemma Parker

      Gemma Parker

      Sep 28, 2017

      I hope this goes some way to happiness... yours or anyone else's xxx


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