Okay, sorry it has been a couple of weeks since I have posted on this site. Recently I have volunteered to teach a few crafting classes at the Public Library that I work for. March 9 I will be teaching Crochet, March 23rd I will be teaching a Creative Journal Binding class for teens and up, then on March 30th I will be teaching a Knitting class using the combined continental knitting method that I am familiar with.
Of the three I am most concerned about the knitting class. Apparently there are two methods of knitting, three if you count the combined version, but essentially there is the eastern method and the western method. Most people in America and Europe use the western method. I use a combination of the two, and it works well for me. I enjoy it, though I find Crochet faster, I can do this craft quite well and easily.
Oh well, so I had to work on getting the powerpoint presentations together for them as well as supplies lists and a press release (it only needed minor modifications when I handed it off so that’s great!). For the knit and crochet classes we will be working on creating a washcloth. Not too exciting, but not too complicated either.
The public library will also be offering beginners computer lessons this upcoming week and a week in March in addition to possibly offering other classes (it depends on what the library system decides). In another job I might be teaching a class on Library Research Skills, though I doubt it, but I will have a high-school class to teach the second week in March.
So, even though I have managed to almost spin 1/2 of a Quarter Ounce batt I received in my Phat Fiber box, I don’t have any crafting to post or to speak of. Let me see how March goes, and if I have a few craft posts at once I’ll try to spread them out more!