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All About Knitting.

Everything you ever wanted to know about knitting! Read until the end.

Knitting is one of the most popular hobbies in the world for a reason. It's relaxing and often produces something beautiful and useful. Knitting uses a variety of fibers, which are sometimes organic!

You can learn to knit in a short amount of time or it can be a lifelong journey of trial and error. Knitting is a form of mindful meditation which is also excellent for stress relief. Did you know even children can learn how to knit? 

If you're not sure if knitting is for you, keep scrolling to read more about (not) knitting and decide for yourself. Above all: know you are not alone. There are knitters worldwide, ready to help you. You deserve to knit. 



















One thing stays the same:

If you're interested in knitting, you should probably find a website that's about knitting; this isn't it. Instead, if you're a domestic violence survivor and you're looking for resources, you're in the right place. Close this tab at any time and make sure you're able to safely access this information.

Click here to go to the Family Justice Center's website. You can complete a quick quiz to see if you're in a domestic violence situation, learn about safety planning and access legal resources. 

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This is an example of a safety plan:

1. Leave.

Clothing, belongings, electronics- they can all be replaced. You and your children are what's important. Keep bags/backpacks/luggage to an absolute minimum. Cash, medications, legal documents (birth certificates and social security cards) should go with you. Physically leave the threat.

2. Go to a place of safety, and/or a public place with good lighting, plenty of parking, and extended hours accessibility. 

3. Call for help. Contact emergency services via 911. Someone can pick you up and safely transport you to a secure location. From there, you may be able to be connected to additional resources.

4. Contact a loved one. Maintain minimal contact with trusted family/friends only as necessary; do not disclose your location but do let them know you're safe. 

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