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Some charities teach women to knit as a means of clothing their families or supporting themselves (from here (en.wikipedia.org))
“Tend to your knitting!” is usually said when someone ought to mind his or her own business. But during these days of social isolation, closed schools, stores and just about everything else, knitting is really a positive hobby that can be your ‘business’!
Hobium yarns sent an email, “Knitting and Your Health” (April 14, 2020), that cited five ways knitting can be beneficial during these days of stress and quarantine at home. Certainly, these four axioms don’t apply strictly to knitting. Crocheting, tatting or any other hobby that requires concentration and some skillful handwork can qualify, too.
Here are five reasons for you to consider doing some sort of needlework or craft, or teaching your kids how to do one:
- Knitting (a craft) requires focus. You have to pay attention to…
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You commented on one of my posts inspired me to write another series of posts.
Perhaps knitting will become even more popular and meaningful if used for the same purpose using polyester yarns?
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