Thursday, August 28, 2014
 
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The Knitting UUs are a group of Unitarians who share an interest in the craft (and madness) of knitting!  This group meets casually twice a month on James Island.  We are not a formal Connecting Circle, more like a Mobius Strip.

We follow the teachings of Ida Riley Duncan, former Instructor in Adult Homemaking Classes, Wayne University, Detroit (1940's).  "It is generally thought that knitting was not one of the early arts.  As a matter of fact it is older than history and covers every class and degree from princess to peasant..." (p.1, The Complete Book of Progressive Knitting).

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