WHEN this knitting group comes together, it’s more about having a yarn than actually working the yarn.
The Knattering Knitters meet on Tuesday mornings and Sunday afternoons at the Uralla Library, where they work on their projects and catch up. The Tuesday sessions are aligned with the library’s morning storytelling time for young children.
“It’s quite noisy on a Tuesday, so you don’t have to be quiet,” Pamela Friese said.
“You just have to watch your language when the kids are here.” The social element of the group is important, so it doesn’t matter if you’re not the best knitter.
“I’ve brought my mending, and Pamela’s done it,” Lorraine Mudford said.
“You come no matter what your skill.”
“If somebody new comes along, who can’t do knitting or crocheting, there’ll be somebody to teach them most of the time,” Susan Douds said.
The Uralla Library opens at 10am on Tuesdays, with the knitting sessions running into morning tea, while the Sunday sessions kick off when the library opens at 2pm.
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