Maritime Mary: Teaching

Last week at Deanne’s studio we hosted a large group of young children from our local YMCA. They were taking part in a week long arts and crafts camp and one of their experiences was learning how to hook at the studio and I was pleased to be their instructor. 

The children were eager to learn how to hook and every single one of them was successful at pulling the wool and yarn up through the backing. They loved the variety of textures and fibres and especially the colours. 

Today, two young girls who were part of that Y group came in with their grandmother to show her what they had learned and to teach her how to hook. All three sat around the frame for some time. Nanny was a good student!

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

 

4 thoughts on “Maritime Mary: Teaching

  1. How lovely to see the children teaching Nanny as opposed to the other way around! Let’s hope they ALL continue to hook and create!!

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  2. So wonderful to see young children learning and enjoying beautiful rug hooking, and Nanny as well. I really enjoyed your pictures and entry into Deanne’s Blog. Thank-you.

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