West Annapolis Elementary School needs knitting mentors. I’d love to be one, except living in New Hampshire puts me out of the loop. Shucks. Here’s the article from The Capital, HometownAnnapolis.com:
Around Annapolis: Annapolis knitting club keeps ‘em coming back
A tightly-knit group has formed at West Annapolis Elementary School. You could say their after-school club has kept them in stitches.
They may not laugh uproariously while learning to knit – counting stitches takes too much concentration – but they do have a lot of fun with their friends while making their own colorful accessories.
The members of the Knotty Knitters Club first picked up their knitting needles in February. Now they’re firmly hooked on the pastime.
Over 50 students turned out initially, and most of them come back every Thursday afternoon to hone their skills, said club founder Jennifer Macris, an active knitter who brings her five children to the sessions. Students from kindergarten through fifth grade are represented, and about one-third of the participants are boys.
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