From Big Rigs to Mittens: Trucker Knits for Kids

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Clayton Stoll is a retired truck driver from Virginia is known as the "Mitten Man."

He's using his passion for knitting to make mittens to help school kids stay warm this winter.

"If I can keep one kid's hands warm ... I have fulfilled my dream," Stoll said. "When I was raised didn't have gloves. We were very poor."

"I figured got a talent, why not share it otherwise, talent no good to you," he added.

Some local school students gave Stoll a basket full of yarn that he will use to make mittens for next winter.


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