Hawaii knitters stay tied together through Zoom calls, in-person gatherings and art shows

The table was piled high with a heap of hats and scarves, as if a schoolyard of children had just rushed in from a snowball fight.

But this wasn’t a scene from snowy Vermont or Colorado. The table was in a backroom of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in downtown Honolulu, and it reflected the labors of the church’s knitting ministry, which sends its hats, scarves and mittens for charitable causes around the world.

“I think it’s time for us to send off another shipment,” said Nancy Rowe, a member of the church who heads the knitting ministry.

Hawaii knitters stay tied together through Zoom calls, in-person gatherings and art shows

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