By Alayna Dill

Sitting in seminar, junior Sean Olin starts working on a new hat Monday, Feb 28.

Sean Olin uses knitting as a way to spend his free time

Junior Sean Olin began knitting in middle school, after being inspired by his family’s enthusiasm for the hobby. “I got into it because my sibling was really good at knitting,” Olin said. “My grandma had to babysit us during the summers and she was like, ‘An activity that two of our children are into and I can do? We’re going all-in on this.’” Olin enjoys that can allow him to pass time in his classes without losing focus. “Knitting is something that you can do during class, while doing something with your hands and paying attention,” Olin said. “If you get on your phone in class, you will get in trouble [or] if you try to draw something or read a book that you’re not supposed to be reading, but you can knit.”

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