AUT-2B-HOME IN CAROLINA ~ Teaching our twenty-five-year-old daughter with autism and aphasia, who is still learning about God, the world, and its people with a little help from Charlotte Mason
I love Pamela watercolor, drawings, scarves and pot holders. They're wonderful! How did you get the scarves to curl and did she finger knit the pot holders? We've made 1 finger knitted flower for Ian's teacher so far, almost done with the 2nd and hoping to get a third more done before Tuesday for his therapists. Thanks for the inspiration! He's making GF V-day cupcakes with his sister right now. We bought some beets yesterday to color the icing pink:-)
I did the scarves and pot holders. :-)The scarves are very easy if you know single crochet and treble crochet. Here is a link.Pamela is finger-knitting scarves for her dolls and maybe for herself. The next step will be needle knitting. Here is a link for the potholders which are 100% cotton worsted weight yarn.Way to go on the finger knitted flower!!!! It sounds like Ian is on a roll!
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