"Tell Me Dolls" Workshop Thursday, April 12th

Less than a year ago Nicole Farrell had an idea to make knitted “Tell Me Dolls” for young victims w...

Less than a year ago Nicole Farrell had an idea to make knitted “Tell Me Dolls” for young victims who had suffered through abduction and child abuse. Because the dolls are made with no mouth, it acts as a friend for a traumatized child to share their secrets with.

With the help and support from a community full of compassionate people, she has been able to actualize and grow her vision to more wholly benefit Women Against Child Trafficking and their mission.

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Since starting her venture Nicole has received numerous questions about the dolls; where can I find the pattern? How do I knit them? Can they be crocheted?

So this week together with a long list of contributors, Nicole has helped organize the first Knitted Doll Workshop aimed at walking interested crafters through the process of making these healing dolls.

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The kindhearted people making this possible include: the Menifee/ Sun City Women’s Club, National Association of Female Executives, and the President of the Menifee NeedleCraft Club, Mary Demsey.

All knitters, and crocheters, of all levels are welcome. Nicole says, “We need lots of knitters as the group of rescued children (who we want to gift with dolls) is growing rapidly.”

The tutorial is free, simply bring your own knitting needles, or crochet hook, and yarn. Email Nicole Farrell for availability, at nicolefarrell123@hotmail.com.

When: Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Where: Web Hall, in the Needlecraft Room
26850 Sun City Boulevard
Sun City, CA 92586

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