October 2, 2014
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Thanks to “incredible patience and perseverance,” Sarah Bade, who is developmentally delayed and has cerebral palsy, has mastered the craft of loom knitting. She has knitted and donated hundreds of hats for babies and adults.
March 31, 2014 in City on Page A1
Sarah Bade is known by some as the “mad knitter.” She’ll finish a baby hat in a single church sermon. Give her a day, and she can knit five baby …
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