A CROYDON craftswomen has raised £100 for Comic Relief after crocheting comfortable red noses.
Paris Duffy, 21, from Woodside, was happy to inform the Advertiser that her fundraising efforts for Red Nose Day are going well, and her homemade Red Noses have even been sold and sent to America.
She said: "I have so far raised £100 from selling red noses but hope to continue selling items for Comic Relief even after red nose day as I am considering having at least one item in my in my online shop that runs all year round and is for charity.
"I have been crocheting for just over a year and I taught myself to crochet by watching videos on Youtube. I thought about crocheting the red noses as the ones in the supermarket are so uncomfortable and you can't breathe when wearing them so I decided to crochet my own.
"I made the pattern for my noses myself and they take around 10 minutes each to make. I am selling them on my Etsy page for £4 from which £2.50 will be given to comic relief, the rest just allows me to buy more wool and also covers etsy and paypal fees."
To buy your own crochet Red Nose visit https://www.etsy.com/listing/122739582/red-nose-day-nose-warmer-red-nose