A pitted cap or cover worn on the finger to push the needle in sewing.
A group of islands off of the Connecticut coast.
Although they are said to be named for the thimbleberry, a relative of the black raspberry, that plant is seldom seen in the area, and is more frequent in northern New England. Other species of blackberry and raspberry, however, are sometimes referred to by residents of the area as thimbleberries.
A chapter of SAGA, Thimbleberry, that was founded in 1989 that meets in Fairfield, Connecticut.