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Tess Pacetti, a seventh grader at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School, was looking for something to learn over quarantine and decided on crochet. She taught herself using online resources, and then taught a few friends over Zoom. Then she decided to create video tutorials to teach others. Tess wanted to provide kids with supplies, so mom Kimberly took to a local Facebook group to see who had yarn to spare. They ended up with a garbage bag full of colorful yarn, which helped provide the basics to create crochet kits. The kits include a hook, yarn and supplies for three projects. Tess recommends the kits for kids in kindergarten and older. See Tess’ website at loopedtogether.com to request a kit or to see her demo videos.
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