Southampton Knitters Undertake Labor of Love Every Wednesday in Southampton - 27 East

Southampton Knitters Undertake Labor of Love Every Wednesday in Southampton

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Judy Johnson knitting a hat. ELIZABETH VESPE

Judy Johnson knitting a hat. ELIZABETH VESPE

Carolyn Hendrickson knitting a pair of socks while enjoying conversation with the other knitters. ELIZABETH VESPE

Carolyn Hendrickson knitting a pair of socks while enjoying conversation with the other knitters. ELIZABETH VESPE

Georgette Chapek working on a needle point stitching for a seat cover to be donated to St. John’s Episcopal Church in Southampton. ELIZABETH VESPE

Georgette Chapek working on a needle point stitching for a seat cover to be donated to St. John’s Episcopal Church in Southampton. ELIZABETH VESPE

Barbara Albrecht knitting a yellow hat to be donated. Next to her, Ellen Greaves works on a needlepoint stitch for a seat cover to be donated to St. John’s Episcopal Church. ELIZABETH VESPE

Barbara Albrecht knitting a yellow hat to be donated. Next to her, Ellen Greaves works on a needlepoint stitch for a seat cover to be donated to St. John’s Episcopal Church. ELIZABETH VESPE

Some of the items knitted by club members. ELIZABETH VESPE

Some of the items knitted by club members. ELIZABETH VESPE

Members of the knitting club at at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Main Street in Southampton. ELIZABETH VESPE

Members of the knitting club at at St. John’s Episcopal Church on Main Street in Southampton. ELIZABETH VESPE

Ginger with some of the items knitted by club members. ELIZABETH VESPE

Ginger with some of the items knitted by club members. ELIZABETH VESPE

authorElizabeth Vespe on Dec 5, 2022
Over 2,000 hand-knitted scarves, neck warmers, hats and garments have been donated to people in need thanks to a handful of generous women who spend their Wednesday afternoons from 2... more

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