Generally I try not to shamlessly recycle DailyCandy’s content, but this one is too good to pass up:
Through Knitting for Our Neighbors — the new weekly knitting classes run by Food & Friends, which donates every sock, scarf, and sweater made to those living with HIV/AIDS and other grave illnesses — that’s how.
The lessons cost nothing (save a $5 materials fee, unless you bring your own) and instruction is for beginners as well as advanced students. You learn a little something new and those in need get lovingly made necessities.
There’s no mention of it on the Food and Friends site, but classes are Tuesday nights at 6:30, and you can sign up by calling 202-269-2277.
This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs