Knitting Lesson September 18, 2007October 18, 2018 missouristar "Watcha doin’ Nana?" "I’m knitting a sock, Izzy." "Can I help?" "Sure!" "I like this yarn – it’s so soft!" "Is this how it’s done, Nana?" "Look! Nana made a sock and I helped." Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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So cute! And never too young to start playing with yarn!
Oh, how very precious. She looks so different, like a girl and not a baby. She will have such fond memories of watching Nana knit.
Oh yes, a knitter in the making! Izzy is a little beauty.
What wonderful memories Izzy will have of her Nana teaching her to knit. That will stay with her always. Creating memories is the best.
How cute! Has she started her stash yet? 🙂
How sweet is this!
Adorable story and pictures!
What great pictures–and how terrific it is to have someone that young to teach to knit.
I’ve told my son, who is in no danger of giving me any grandchildren for quite some time, that when he finds his intended she has to either knit already or want to learn. I tried to convince him that knitting was just the thing for his stint at jury duty, and he looked at me as if I was insane. Perhaps I am in this regard. His 4th grade class had a unit in which they learned to knit, and his effort looked more like macrame than knitting. So you can see why I think you’re lucky to have a potential knitter in your family.
As I was waiting for your blog to come up I said out loud “I hope there’s a new baby picture!” I’m so happy for the safe journey – Ivy’s and your’s.