Sometimes our lives have to be completely shaken up, changed, and rearranged to relocate us to the place we are meant to be.
We are facing a new reality on so many levels.
My husband and I have joked so many times that we wish the world would stop so that everything would slow down. I would have never imagined that a pandemic that may essentially kill thousands of people would cause this to happen.
I have been in a bit of shock trying to wrap my brain around everything that is happening.
Do you know that the bestselling books on amazon right now are homeschooling books? That is exciting for me, it shows what people are putting as priorities. I have been so disappointed with the "self-help" books that have been on the bestsellers list - complete drivel. Let's get our minds growing 🌱
A few takeaways:
What are your takeaways? How can you make the most of this time?
There were a few students that weren't too sure about the project. But after they got the sequence down they were determined to complete the project. Once a few of the students were focused that encouraged most to keep moving forward.
This project gave them a purpose.
I can't wait to teach this workshop again!!
Interested in hosting a workshop? Please contact me and I would like to see how we can make it happen.
An easy chevron pattern that works up quickly.
Two sizes available in the pattern: lap blanket & throw.
The Bernadette Cowl is a lightweight cowl that fits nicely under a fall jacket. It is an easy crochet pattern that works up quickly with its repetitive rounds, with a hidden seam.
The yarn is from the new Living Skies Fibre Studio Aspen collection. Light Fingering weight, 75% Merino, 25% Nylon, 462 yards / 100 grams. All Living Skies Fibre Studio yarns are available on Etsy.
The pattern is now available on Ravelry and Etsy.
I love to create with yarn and I love living in Saskatchewan. This is where the two merge to become one.
Find Living Skies Crochet on Ravelry!