Thanks to "Adaptive Knitting" Woman with One Arm Can Knit Again

If there's a will, there's a way!

Debbie Weiss teaches knitting, crocheting and beading at The New Jewish Home in New York. She wants her students with physical limitations to be able to do the hobbies they love so she created a technique she calls “adaptive knitting” which allows students to knit with one hand.

Watch the video below to see "adaptive knitting" in action.

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