Community has always been at the very chore of what we do here at Knit with attitude. When planning for and developing our upcoming anniversary book we set our goals, one of them being to bring Knit with attitude into people's homes, to gift a piece of us and our surroundings, no matter where the reader happened to be in the world. For you to have your very own piece of Stoke Newington between the covers of a book. My neighbourhood, beautifully captured through the lens of Jonna Hietala.
This place I call home.

Further to this, throughout the pandemic we have been trying to recreate the wonderful spirit of our knit nights that we used to host in the shop, virtually and weekly. What we discovered was what a brilliant way to stay connected to our wider community these meet ups are Come join us and see for yourself, everyone is welcome. Every week we post the updated info on how to join prior to the knit night⁠, tonight's details are below. I'm looking forward to seeing you there!

Sitting at the crossroads underneath the tree
Shading the departed that one day’ll be me
Wandering the pathways in early May
Birdsong and bluebells split the grey

We walk where they lie, beneath the ground
We make the noises, they make no sound
A haven of beauty in an urban space
Angels and lions guard the place of (...)

From Abney Park by Jude Shorten, 2014

The details are the same as always, we are on from 7pm to 8.30pm UK time, you'll find the link to join at the bottom of this post, and you can drop in at any point. If you are joining us for the first time, read more about Zoom and how it works in the first post we did about the virtual knit nights right here.

Until tonight my friends ...

KWA Virtual Knit Night Thursday August 27th