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

Steven Mark
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                                Sue Jennings, from left, Margot Michels and Ruth Merz show off some of their knitted works at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
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Sue Jennings, from left, Margot Michels and Ruth Merz show off some of their knitted works at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.

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                                ­Susan Stapleton knits while on a Zoom call with other members of Aloha Knitters.
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­Susan Stapleton knits while on a Zoom call with other members of Aloha Knitters.

COURTESY THEFUZZ HAWAII
                                TheFUZZ Hawaii members decorated a small bookshelf outside the Ars Cafe in Diamond Head with a “sweater” of red, white and blue yarn.
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COURTESY THEFUZZ HAWAII

TheFUZZ Hawaii members decorated a small bookshelf outside the Ars Cafe in Diamond Head with a “sweater” of red, white and blue yarn.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Sue Jennings, left, ­Marilyn Harris, Margot ­Michels, Nancy Rowe, Ruth Merz and Linda Miller are part of a knitting circle at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
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Sue Jennings, left, ­Marilyn Harris, Margot ­Michels, Nancy Rowe, Ruth Merz and Linda Miller are part of a knitting circle at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.

JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Susan Stapleton shows a pair of socks she recently completed knitting while on a Zoom call with other members of Aloha Knitters. Stapleton, a member of Aloha Knitters, has been hosting Zoomcast knitting circles from her apartment.
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JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM

Susan Stapleton shows a pair of socks she recently completed knitting while on a Zoom call with other members of Aloha Knitters. Stapleton, a member of Aloha Knitters, has been hosting Zoomcast knitting circles from her apartment.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Sue Jennings, from left, Margot Michels and Ruth Merz show off some of their knitted works at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                ­Susan Stapleton knits while on a Zoom call with other members of Aloha Knitters.
COURTESY THEFUZZ HAWAII
                                TheFUZZ Hawaii members decorated a small bookshelf outside the Ars Cafe in Diamond Head with a “sweater” of red, white and blue yarn.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Sue Jennings, left, ­Marilyn Harris, Margot ­Michels, Nancy Rowe, Ruth Merz and Linda Miller are part of a knitting circle at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Susan Stapleton shows a pair of socks she recently completed knitting while on a Zoom call with other members of Aloha Knitters. Stapleton, a member of Aloha Knitters, has been hosting Zoomcast knitting circles from her apartment.