Thursday, November 1, 2012

Passing Down the Craft

We traveled to see Grandma and Grandpa this past weekend. We celebrated Grandpa's 70th Birthday!!

While we were there, we taught my youngest to crochet. He loves it. 

He has been crocheting like crazy. 

He even watches TV at the same time. 

For now, he's only making long ropes. 


Maybe this weekend I will show him how to add a 2nd row. 

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12 comments:

Karen O said...

I remember my brother doing the same thing at that age. He made a big ball with his chain.

shez said...

good on him ,what a trooper.xx

Maria said...

I love to see kids doing crafty things..

Wendy B said...

I can remember teaching the kids at school to finger knit.....the boys loved it the most.....blew my mind!!!! One boy went on a family holiday and his mum had to stop along the way to buy more wool.....I got cursed when they got back.....he had made a ball as high as a table and wouldn't stop!!! LOL
xox sugary hugs
wendy :O)

Gene Black said...

A neighbor taught me to crochet in my pre-teen years. She taught me to make granny squares. I made several afghans while watching tv.

Jinnifer richard said...

this is interesting jobs. keep it up

Needled Mom said...

Great idea. I am sure he loved it too.

sunny said...

How fun! I think one of my nephews used to crochet. We've got to keep these things alive.

Bobbi said...

send him my way. im a crochetin' fool right now. he can make you a scarf for xmas. :)

Gale, Ky quilter said...

That is so sweet! My 86-year-old Dad remembers his Mother teaching him to crochet. Beautiful memories being made here. :)

Mistea said...

Crochet is so addictive and a very healthy past time.Cool that he can already multi task.
Nurture that skill.

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