Inmates in Ohio Enroll in a Crochet Program

Have you ever wondered what prisoners do to fill their days while behind bars? Inmates at the Lebanon Correctional Institution in Ohio have joined a crochet group. Dubbed the ‘Real Men Crochet’ program, it enrolls inmates in crocheting to create hats and other garments for charity programs and shelters. Crochet, which translates to 'hook' in French, is a centuries old craft for producing fabric.

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