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Knitting Circles

Knitting circles are therapeutic. Ann Hood, author of “The Knitting Circle,” discovered this. Reluctantly she joined a knitting circle at her mother’s insistence after losing her five-year-old daughter to meningitis and struggling to recover from this insurmountable loss. She learned to knit and found that, “amid the focused clicking of needles, (there is) a temporary quietness of mind. And in the company of the other knitters, a camaraderie and gradual sense of safety.”

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  • December 22, 2018 at 12:01 am

    thought you had perhaps died. I stopped checking for your posts a long time ago. Glad you are not dead.

    • December 22, 2018 at 9:23 am

      Gone, but not dead yet…and still knitting. Thanks, Sheila and have a lovely holiday and healthy 2019.


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