Cute little tea-cosies, mittens, and quilts made with as much love as a nonna can muster will be on sale at the Griffith Uniting Church fete.
Margaret Haggarty has continued her yearly tradition of setting up a window display at John Dodd pharmacy to showcase the craftsmanship of the ladies who donate their crafts to make the fete a success.
"We're losing a lot of our very good sewers as they get older," Mrs Haggarty said.
"But we'll make sure we've got plenty on the table for the fete".
The fete will kick off at 5pm on November 15 and will feature handicraft stalls, Tongan meals, Cook Islander deserts, and a variety of children's entertainment.
"There will be jams, pickles, and cakes galore and lots of other interesting things," Mrs Haggarty said.
"It's a good family time."
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