In history, it has been customary for women to teach knitting, since it was a type of creative activity that made them calmer and more consistent, allowing them to create unique homemade masterpieces. Knitting also develops attentiveness, which is the ability to plan and set goals, since you must be attentive to create a complex and holistic knitted product.
Knitting is often prescribed by psychologists not only to restore inner harmony, but also to cultivate a healthy self-esteem. By getting a job done, this creates a sense of pride is a person which strengthens their confidence and allows them to feel worthy. Knitting has a positive effect on fine motor skills and coordination, and it can help prevent or maintain a stable condition in some joint diseases.