"The age-old hobby using a needle and thread is having a shock revival as hundreds of young people flock to bars to take part in 'urban' cross stitch.
"Shock" revival. I love that. Because it's only happening if you see it happen. No one does it at home behind closed doors or anything...and never in the rural areas. What happens in cities is what's important. (Actually it is to us.*) And, only when the youngsters have a go.
But I am perplexed about the bars thing. Are they drinking and stitching? Because that doesn't usually go well.
* Over 80% of Americans live in urban areas and 90% of economic output happens there.