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Things We Saw Today: Come Knit a Snood With Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter is apparently a huge fan of knitting. “Knitting is a way to chill out, but also tune inward,” she said. “And it’s very meditative.” To celebrate her hobby, she’s partnered with We are knitters to sell a knitting kit for a giant wool infinity scarf that doubles as a hood. At $88, the knitting kit seems pricey to me, but I’ve only knitted two narrow scarves in my life, so I’m no expert. I do have the expertise to declare that Krysten Ritter looks adorably happy in her scarf-hood-snood, though. (via Nerdist)

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