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A stitch in time

Wesley, Carl
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Bayport: The Prison Mirror, vol. 114, issue 10.

Over the past four and a half years a group of inmates at MCF-Stillwater have been hooking. No, it’s not what you think. I’m referring to crocheting. The members of the Service Project/Relaxation Group have been weaving an intricate web of dutiful restitution, stress relief, camaraderie, and soul searching conversation that help put the pieces of their lives back together – with a scarf, hat, vest, or afghan to match.


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