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Looking for knitters in the Truro area
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Jan 17, 2013 00:04:00   #
Does anyone know of any knitting groups in or around the Truro Nova Scotia area
Jan 17, 2013 03:46:51   #
no1girl (a regular here)
oh i thought you meant Truro in Australia! The site of many frightful murders........
Jan 17, 2013 04:21:50   #
Chrissy (a regular here)
And I thought it was Truro in UK!
Jan 17, 2013 07:46:17   #
Me too Chrissy. My youngest daughter lives there.
Jan 18, 2013 09:24:43   #
"Knit-In" at The Colchester Historium at 29 Young Street in Truro is a time for both new and experienced knitters to gather and knit together while sharing information, as well as materials.
They meet the 15th of each month, according to a newsletter I received.
Jan 18, 2013 12:11:03   #
I thought Truro on Cape Cod! Must be a Massachusetts thing.
Jan 18, 2013 15:22:20   #
Same as Chrissy and Forgetful Fi, thought you meant Truro, Cornwall UK! I didn't realise there were sooooo many Truros.
Jan 18, 2013 17:26:05   #
dad's funnyface
NanaFran wrote:
I thought Truro on Cape Cod! Must be a Massachusetts thing.

Jan 19, 2013 12:49:15   #
British Colonization and historical names do connect a lot of us!
Jan 20, 2013 23:52:43   #
thank you
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