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After the Learn to Knit class, Grace continues to knit. The sight of little, knitting fingers warms my heart.
You must have taught an inspiring class then!How lovely!
Lovely isn't it! I taught my nine year old to knit but I think at the moment she lacks the patience to keep going. I've now pinned my hopes on my 6 year old.
Sweet, sweet. My little granddaughter is five, and she loves my yarn. I bought her a pair of plastic needles with little kitty heads on them (for children--Pony needles). She loves to play as though she's knitting. I can't wait until she can actually do it!
such a beautiful sight - those young fingers holding the needles.
Yay! That's so cool! So, how did the class go?
How wonderful. Hope the class went well...judging by Grace obviously it must have made impression. I rarely see little ones knitting. I remember my grandma teaching me when I was like five.
how truly wonderful that you can share this with the children. i cannot wait until the boys grasp the idea of creating...they already carry my sticks around and click them together and stick them in the yarn balls. it gives me hope.
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