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Sunday, March 08, 2009

flowers


This is the new pattern I'm teaching to the kids to make at the Wisdom Arts Club. At first, they were intimidated, but after thirty minutes or so, they were all getting it. It's interesting how anxious students get when faced with a new challenge. I'm seeing myself in their reactions. Teaching is such a learning process for me.


The combination of red and aqua is making me so happy.



Edited to add that on this day, in 2006, I wrote my first post. It has a photo of Felix running with the wind.

9 comments:

choo choo knits said...

beautiful! I can imagine an entire table full of these in a rainbow of colors - almost magical!

KNITTING from the HART said...

Cute! I have a new blog and here it is..
http://knittingfromthehart.blogspot.com/

Nonnahs said...

How fun! I'm sure they like knitting cute flowers, too!

Michele said...

it's good to learn new things. otherwise the class is just babysitting. learning new things builds confidence. and who wouldn't feel happy about being able to make such gorgeous flowers even if it was a struggle to get there.

KNITTING from the HART said...

Thanks for the kind words-Maybe you and your Mom want to get together and knit every now and then. I have stayed in touch with Willa and she would love to geth together....If you are interested lets pick a date.
Edna



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raining sheep said...

Such a cute project. I love the red flower against that azure blue sweater. Absolutely scrumptious :)

Marce (BrownBerry) said...

Happy blogiversary! It's a pleasure coming by here.

diane said...

that blue and red is killing me.

mames said...

the smiles on their faces are priceless, the joy and accomplishment. i love how different each hat is, an expression of the individual. go, teach, you really have given these kids an invaluable way to express themselves.