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Published on May 3rd, 2017 | by Eric

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A healthy knitter is a #HappyKnitter!

Knitting is not only a great hobby and craft, it’s also linked to improving mental and physical health. From arthritis relief to memory improvement, it’s been proven that knitting works wonders for your mind and body!

happy knitter crafting

Over the past couple months, we’ve had so many amazing projects uploaded to the community with the HotTag #HappyKnitter. You’ve shared your stories about how knitting has helped you through rough times, or improved your wellbeing, and we’ve loved reading each and every one of them. Here are a few that we wanted to highlight:

Palmdale Owl Mittens

palmdale owl mittens knitting happyknitter

 

Baby Aran Sweaters

baby aran sweaters happyknitter

Emma’s Spring Cardigan

emma's cardigan happy knitter

 

baby set happy knitter

 

My Survival Shawl

survival shawl happy knitter

Baby Sleeping Bags

baby sleeping bags happy knitter

Christmas Stocking

christmas stocking happy knitter

 

Aran Afgahn

 

Cathy’s Sweater

 

cardigan happy knitter

Stripy Sleeve Jumper

stripe jumper

 

Noah’s Blue Penguin

blue penguin

 

 

 

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About the Author

is a photographer, copywriter, rock climber, skier, traveler, and aspiring knitter. His work has been been published in many international newspapers, magazines, websites, books and even a billboard in Brooklyn. Crochet is the best.


Last updated: May 3rd, 2017.

4 Responses to A healthy knitter is a #HappyKnitter!

  1. Hazel says:

    It is hard to express how touching all the Happy Knitter ‘stories’ are, only they are real life, not stories and inspiring to read. I love to knit and it helps me to relax and to distract me from pain but reading about other peoples struggles makes me realise that the knitting community is so important In so many ways. Congratulations and thanks to everyone who shared their experiences.

  2. Modern Area Rugs onilne says:

    The above stories are really very inspirational. And one can not understand the feeling of those people who have achieved these. These kind of stories inspires millions of people to achieve there goal. Thanks for introducing with some of the finest knitters.

  3. Cindy Roth says:

    I must be doing something wrong! I click on the photos and all I get is pattern information. Even after I “sign in” there is NO story, no explanation, nothing but a basically blank page under the photo and the general info in the left side bar area. The other replies talk about great stories, but I got none!

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