BOYNTON BEACH - Knit. Purl. Run the yarn through the tip of the big needle. Bring it around and make a sort of knot.
Vibrant colors mix. Lines become squares. Squares are sewn together. And something emerges. Just a little thing to keep someone else warm. A newborn. A hospital patient. A veteran. A child a continent away.
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The Boynton Rippers knitting club meets 9 a.m. to noon Thursdays at the city’s civic center, 128 E. Ocean Ave. The group is open to crafters of all skill levels. Fees are $10 per season (January to May) and a registration form must be completed on your first visit. Call 561-742-6240.