Knitting for the Kneedy
Our class will knit or crochet things which we will donate. There will be folks around who can teach you to make your first dishcloth if you've never made a stitch in your life, or to keep you company while you stitch if you're working on your 346th Norwegian sweater, or to give you a pointer or two if you're somewhere in the middle. There will be yarn for you to work into something useful, and needles and patterns to help you. There will be organizations happy to recieve the useful something you've made. You provide your hands and time, the rest will be there waiting for you.
We're looking into a couple of organizations to which to donate, but don't yet know for sure which ones it will be.
Michelle initially learned to knit at Girl Scout camp six years ago, and since then has been learning new techniques a such from friends, the Internet, and books. They have knit a plethora of scarves and hats, an odd number of socks and slippers, a few mittens and gloves, numerous afghan squares, some houseplant hangers and cozies, and a sweater or four. Aaron has been knitting since 2007. He has knit more hats than can be counted and half of at least three sweaters, among other things. He has made belts and mittens and begun many socks and aspires to finish something that requires more than one ball of yarn.
Facilitator phone number(s):
952.807.3450 is Michelle's #
952.297.7248 is Aaron's number
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