Intricate tasks such as knitting can be difficult for those living with arthritis. However, no one should have to give up a hobby that they love. As you will see in this informative article by Margaret Littman for the Arthritis Foundation, knitting is still doable. You may just need to make some adaptations.
From switching to more comfortable needles to working with more forgiving materials, there are a lot of things that can be done to ensure that you won't have to sacrifice knitting due to arthritis pain. How do you adapt your knitting style to best suit your arthritic hands? Feel free to share your own tips with us in the comments section below.
Link to Knitting and Arthritis
(via the Arthritis Foundation)
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