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Drop Stitches Not Bombs—Knitting for Social Good

I learned to knit when I was in high school, and I haven't been able to stop since. I love the challenge of learning new stitches and techniques, and it's such a fantastic thrill to bind off and see a finished product. It's also a great way to connect with other women, whether it be in an online community like Ravelry.com, or at the local yarn store knit night. I thought I knew most there was to know about knitting, until I discovered that there are knitters out there combining their love of fiber arts with their passion for activism. … Read More»

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