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Tricot Laines Studio: weaving history and community in Huntingdon

Christina Fasoula first learned to knit at the age of ten, when her neighbour taught her how. She started using her spending money to buy balls of yarn, hoping to be able to learn more. You could say she was hooked. Now, 32 years later, she has sewn this passion...

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