Image: Puzzleware emerging from puzzle pieces. Courtesy of Maija Nygren.
Maija Nygren started knitting and crocheting at her Finnish grandmother’s knee. By the age of six, she had made her first five needle mittens at school. When she realised her own daughter had reached her third year of school in Scotland without any knitting or stitching in her classroom, Nygren decided something had to be done to preserve the textile aptitudes of the next generation...
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