WFAA reports upon a group of knitting enthusiasts who decided to protest by creating uteruses out of yarn that they plan to send to Gov. Rick Perry and other lawmakers who they say have cut funding to women’s health care:
Inside Kimberlyn Crowe’s Oak Cliff home, knitting has always been quiet therapy. Suddenly, it’s become a way to make some noise.
“Words don’t do any good because it’s all been said,” she declared. So she let the yarn became her words and her hobby become her voice.
“The statement is: ‘Get your hands off my uterus!'” Crowe said with a laugh.