Photo: Selwyn District CouncilHundreds of items made by creative Cantabrians for animals hit hard in the Australian bushfires have arrived in Perth. Selwyn Libraries collected 719 items - including fabric pouches, nests and mittens - made by crafters to help out animals still suffering from the bushfires. The items were shipped to the Perth Wildlife Rescue Network last week. Southbridge's Ben Wilson made a joey pouch for the wildlife sewing appeal. Photo: Selwyn District CouncilLast month, libraries in Selwyn offered people patterns and equipment to sew and knit the items.
Source: Otago Daily Times February 20, 2020 22:41 UTC