Presentation on theme: "Bethel Threaders. We’re always teaching each other a new skill, such as the knitting loom, or crocheting or knitting techniques. We share patterns, ideas,"— Presentation transcript:
We’re always teaching each other a new skill, such as the knitting loom, or crocheting or knitting techniques. We share patterns, ideas, help with color choices, and show progress on our projects. We eat, too.
Some months we add card-making to our Threaders meeting.
And some months we add jewelry-making to Threaders.
Sharing jewelry-making ideas.
Samples of items we’ve made to donate to various outreaches.
Donated 240 hats to the Lakewood Police Dept. for Christmas Outreaches. Audrey Martin (on right) & Shelly Frohs (not shown) volunteer with Lakewood Police.
Donated afghans, quilts, and blankets to Jeffco Social Services. Patti Amick (on right) volunteers as a guardian ad litem.
Donated bibs to Fletcher Miller School where Carrie Kreutzer teaches.
Donated lap blankets to assisted living facility Bethel ministers at twice a month.
We send afghans, blankets, hats, scarves, slippers, and clothes to Christian Friends of Israel once a year.
Bethel Threaders welcomes you whether you do needlework or not. Come to fellowship, come to encourage and be encouraged, come to relax and take a break from our hectic lifestyles, come to work on another project of your own choosing. And God will knit our hearts together.