3. Knitting improves our morale
As we said before, many people have a habit of getting together to knit together and chat quietly.
It encourages sociability because we make new friendships, we build relationships, and so on.
However, you do not have to go out and knit.
4. Knitting improves our manual motor skills
You have probably already observed grandmothers knitting, with their nimble hands, and an extraordinary manual sense.
Maybe they have osteoarthritis, or they suffer from carpal tunnel but yet their fingers and hands have great agility.
Knitting forces us to keep our hands moving and to prevent them from becoming too rigid.
5. Knitting encourages self-esteem
How something as simple as knitting can improve our morale?
Successfully making a garment can be something really rewarding and allows you to set a goal and stick to it.
In addition, knitting creates the simple pleasure of offering something that has taken time from someone we appreciate.
Knitting is no longer an ancient art of grandmothers because it unites generations and represents a legacy with great therapeutic benefits.
Today, we invite you to put into practice a new recommendation: start knitting today!