What a wonderful thing she did for those men. I'm surprised they let the
men have the needles, or maybe they could just use them during the class.
Yes Mark, I agree.. wonderful! Yes they probably only allow them to have
them during class. I'm sure that is the safest!
I often toyed with the idea of teaching creative writing in a prison
setting. I'm not sure at age 60 that I would be able to handle the tension
that is undoubtedly oozing from the walls in such places. I still think it
would be interesting to read their thoughts and give them a way to escape a
bit, much like the intensity of knitting seems to do for them.
Mark, I'm not sure if I could do it, but I definitely admire them. We all
have our gifts and callings, not sure if that is mine or for that matter what
is, but Bravo to them anyhow!
You are ruggtm it IS a great article. I' especially impressed the man who
was released and working construction is still knitting. Those women made a
Terry, I'm glad you liked it! I have been knitting, but haven't finished
much these days, What I have been doing it a lot of reading, so it helps me
to feel as though I'm still sharing when I share these articles. Yes, they've
done something really great. We need more people in the world making a real
Promoting and inspiring the art of knitting amongst men.
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