When no one bought this mom’s crafts, Twitter stepped up to help

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Sometimes you just need a little help from the internet. 

Martyn Hett, a 28-year-old from Manchester, England, saved his mother’s knitting business with a boost from the kind-hearted people of Twitter.

On Nov. 26, Hett tweeted a devastating picture that his mother, Figen Murray, sent him from a craft fair.

My mum has set up her own stall at a craft fair and has messaged me to say she hasn’t sold anything yet and my heart is breaking pic.twitter.com/cdzHn77pM5

— Martyn 🍭 (@martynhett) November 26, 2016

This wasn’t the first time Murray attempted to sell her products. Read more…

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