The Crafting Bug Continues...


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So, this year, I'm working with a younger group of students. As always at the beginning of the year I share a bit about myself, so the entire group knows that I love crafting (crochet to be more specific). Whenever I have something on that even looks crafted, they ask, "Did you make that?" But when they asked did I make the grosgrain ribbon, I quickly admitted, "No, I just cut a piece off the roll." Then I did a little inside giggle.

Well, one of my students has brought in some of her mother's crocheted items for the past two days and I wanted to share them with you. I can't wait to meet the woman behind this beautiful handiwork.



 

 

 

7 comments:

  1. so you teach? wonderful, I usually do one on one but will be starting a group 10 week evening class for adults in a couple of weeks - maybe I could pick your brain? neencrochet@gmail.com

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  2. @Neen: I teach, but elementary school. I have only taught crochet one on one too. :-)

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  3. That is very lovely work. I love how the young lady was so proud of her Mom's work that she had to show it off to you. Hope the new year is going well for you. :)

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  4. what a great job.. My favorite is the first one♥

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  5. How sweet ans special she chose you to share those with!!!

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  6. Lovely work! How nice it must be to you to know one of your students is a potential crocheter. ;-)
    Hope the classes are going smoothly after the first weeks.

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  7. Hi Twin! I finally found you on FB! When are you coming up to Arts Richmond again?

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