Three hundred and fifty nine people from the Cowichan Valley on B.C’s Vancouver Island, got together make a 160 foot long scarf. The project was the brain child of Cowichan Intercultural Society’s Francoise Moulin. Her hope was that when the newcomers got together and knit, they would get to know one another and feel welcome into their new community. Click here to read about the project and follow the scarf’s journey around the Cowichan Valley.
Photo courtesy of Ashley Degraff of the Cowichan News Leader