of this group comes from All Hallows Parish, All
Saints Parish (Sunderland), and the community
surrounding Annapolis. In 2014, we created and
donated 538 hats and 72 scarves, 4 pairs of booties,
11 baby sweaters, 2 pairs of mittens, and 16
scarves; this ministry touched the lives of 643
people (up from 488 in 2013) in need.
We work mostly from donated materials and are
greatly thankful for the many donations of yarn from
those interested in helping this ministry.
Most of the work is done in the membersí homes, but
they meet periodically at
the All Hallows Parish Office to plan their work,
share patterns, and enjoy good fellowship.
If you are interested in starting or continuing
or crocheting with the All Hallows Yarn Ministry
contact our Parish Office for more
information. Lessons are also available upon
request. We also have a yarn closet in the