A knitting group has made almost 200 items in support of the Operation Christmas Child shoebox appeal.
Members of Whissendine Knit and Natter have made scarves, mittens, purses, puppets, bracelets and scrunchies.
They will be sent to children abroad who are unlikely to receive any other presents this Christmas.
Group member Jill Fenby-Taylor said: “It is always a lot of fun knitting these items, choosing the yarns, trying out new patterns and imagining the children’s faces when they open their shoe boxes.”
The group has been running for four years and has supported the appeal each Christmas.