Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Benefits of Knit Night

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Interweave recently shared, "One of the main draws of knitting is the duality of doing it by yourself and knitting with other people. On the one hand, it’s a great activity for personal quiet time because it has that meditative and therapeutic quality; on the other, it is a marvelous way for people to come together and connect. “Knit nights” happen every day all over the world, organized and driven by knitters and yarn shops.

Not sure if you want to go to a knit night with other humans? Check out this list of reasons why you should try it!

Known local opportunities to knit, crochet, spin with others:

Lander
     Knitting Social meets at Lander Art Center (schedule can be found here)
     Needlers meets at Lander Senior Center on Tuesdays beginning at 1PM

Riverton Knitters (those who crochet or spin are also welcome )
      group meets on Tuesday at Central Wyoming College
      west lobby of the Health Science building from 7 - 9 PM
      If the college is closed, the group meet at the Riverton Public Library

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