Led by Member Ilene Karnow
Daytime, evening, and Sunday morning sessions to be offered in January
Just ask anyone who knits while waiting for an appointment, at a child’s sporting event, a meeting, or while riding a bus – a conversation about something knitted will ensue and a connection is formed.
Knitting has been shown to benefit us by altering our physiology, mental states and even attitudes! Join in and make a difference for yourself and others. You can help create items to wrap around all generations of our FJC community, such as baby hats and sweaters and shawls/blankets for the ill and chilled created from individually-knit squares.
Knitters of all levels are welcome, from novices to experts, men and women. All are welcome and we will help one another. The Knitting Way – A Guide to Spiritual Self Discovery by Skolnik and McDaniels is our resource.
Come once, twice, or all three times. Can’t make any of the dates, but still want to learn? Are you a snowbird who is unavailable but would like to participate upon your return?
Please contact Ilene Karnow or Pamela Rothstein (firstname.lastname@example.org)
[Submitted by Pamela Rothstein, Director of Lifelong Learning]