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Knitted Last Supper

The figures including the plates and cups, were made by Margaret Bailey of Ramsey Methodist Church, having been inspired by the Knitted Bible which toured our Circuit in October 2017.

It is now located on the communion table in Ramsey Methodist Church, Cambridgeshire.

A truly talented lady whose gifts inspires the rest of us. Our organist, wonderful cake maker and a member of Ramsey Chorale Society, Margaret uses her gifts to bring joy to others.

Photo taken by Margaret Mumby also of Ramsey Methodist Church

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