New Knitters

I love new knitters. Their level of interest and enthusiasm is contagious. And honestly, I feel like a new mother with each new student, coaxing them along, encouraging them step by step, beginning again and again when nessesary. I can almost hear it when that “ah ha” moment hits πŸ™‚

Jennifer’s “Begin To Knit Scarf”

After covering the basics of knitting including the knit and purl stitch, my beginning knitters all make a scarf using the Begin To Knit Scarf pattern and a skein of Cascade Pure Alpaca yarn. The luxury of the alpaca yarn helps the new knitters stay interested in their new skill, which is essential because new knitters must practice every day! 

As with most things in the life of someone with a chronic illness, there are many many times I really don’t want to deal with people. But, my newbies always bring a smile to my face, making me glad I showed up for another day πŸ™‚

Deep in the needles…


2 thoughts on “New Knitters

  1. I’m not necessarily a new knitter, Maria, but am SO glad you “showed up for another day” when I stopped in for a visit! πŸ™‚ I’m also living with chronic pain and know how hard it can be to keep showing up. You are a blessing to others and I’m happy to be one of those on the receiving end of your perseverance, my friend. Keep going! πŸ™‚

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