Easter Egg Treats

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On Saturday 31st March we will be having an Easter Coffee Morning and as part of this 'eggstra-special' occasion we would like to have an Egg- themed stall (more information to follow about the other 'eggstra-ordinary' things happening that morning & during the Easter Week).

There's nothing like a hand-made gift and we would like to make lots of Easter Creme Egg cosies for the stall, to decorate the Church & to give to any children who visit our church during the Easter holiday.

You can find the pattern here. Please note that, for safety, we would prefer the eyes were sewn on with dark wool rather than "googly" or "wiggly" eyes. The eggs will be provided by us!

Hand in finished covers at Stokesley Methodist Church by 17th March.

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