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Ewe Knitters keep each other in stitches

They meet for two hours every Thursday, from 10 a.m. to noon, in the conference room at Plano Library. They come from all over the area, about 8 to 12 women, depending on the weather and other obligations.

Sitting around a large table, the women – who call themselves the Ewe Knitters – tell stories, “solve the world’s problems,” talk about everything but politics and laugh – a lot. And, except for Loni Kogol, they even knit.

“I’m doing a no-no,” the Plano woman laughed during a recent meeting. “I’m crocheting, and this is a knitting club, so I’m going to take some ribbing.”

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