Helen Osborne, of Sun City Hilton Head, sits in her living room June 21 while holding a sweater that she knitted for her newest great-granddaughter. Osborne has knitted blankets and clothes for her family for years.
Helen Osborne, of Sun City Hilton Head, sits in her living room June 21 while holding a sweater that she knitted for her newest great-granddaughter. Osborne has knitted blankets and clothes for her family for years. Delayna Earley/The Island Packet
Helen Osborne, of Sun City Hilton Head, sits in her living room June 21 while holding a sweater that she knitted for her newest great-granddaughter. Osborne has knitted blankets and clothes for her family for years. Delayna Earley/The Island Packet

What's Her Secret?: Sun City great-grandmother knits for her family

June 25, 2012 12:01 AM

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