Welcome to Episode 62: William G. Perry’s levels of Intellectual Development; Laura Nelkin’s The Forzo Cuff; Bunnymuff’s Absolutely Essential Scarf; and Rock slides in the area.
Brainy Thing: 12:14 Behind the Redwood Curtain: 20:08
What We’re Learning From Our Knitting
Margaret isn’t ready for the challenges of The Forzo Cuff by Laura Nelkin http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/forzo-cuff. She will give away her slightly used kit to someone who is. Just post on the Ravelry thread — first come, first served. It is knitted lace. Find the difference between that and lace knitting: http://theknittingbuzz.typepad.com/the-knitting-buzz/2011/03/knitted-lace-vs-lace-knitting.html.
Catherine continues her long trek with Absolutely Essential Scarf by Bunny Muff http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/absolutely-essential; now becoming bored with a stitch that was frustrating her awhile ago. She is also starting socks for a local charity campaign organized by The North Coast Knittery using Kramer Yarn https://northcoastknittery.com/.
From the book How Learning Works by Susan Ambrose et al. comes an outline of
William G. Perry’s theory of stages of Intellectual Development later modified by Marcia Baxter-Magolda. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_G._Perry
His ideas don’t judge what you believe but how those beliefs are formed and held.
Behind the Redwood Curtain
Rock slides are a fact of life in this area, particularly during a very rainy season. Margaret talks about recent slides. video http://sfist.com/2017/04/26/video_watch_a_landslide_spill_down.php
Cokleymonster on our Ravelry Thread reminds us to keep notes on our knitting as we go along.
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How Intellectually developed are your ideas? In this episode of Teaching your Brain to Knit we outline William Perry’s theories. We also share how Margaret faces a wall of learning challenges with the Forzo Cuff; how Catherine finds Persistence on the Absolutely Essential Scarf; how to deal with rockslides in the Redwood area and a tip about remembering details of your Knitting.