'Stitch n Bitch' group knits for Sandy Hook survivors

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A local group of "Stitch n Bitch" knitters is making 600 beanie caps for survivors of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in an effort dubbed "Beanies for Bravery." (Jan. 4, 2013) Videojournalist: Elizabeth Daza

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