Welcome to Episode 81: Handedness and the Brain
Brainy Thing: 24:21 Behind the Redwood Curtain 35:41
What We’re Learning from our Knitting
Margaret’s further exploration of Fair Isle veers into Crochet Fair Isle under the instruction of Karen Whooley. (https://www.ravelry.com/designers/karen-whooley) Other Fair Isle references in the report.
Catherine finds an “Interim Project” until she’s ready for a full commitment. February 19; from the 365 Knitting. Stitches.A. Year. Perpetual Calendar:
Can training to be ambidextrous improve your brain? Maybe but one expert says maybe not.
Behind the Redwood Curtain
Morris Graves Museum How an artist escapes “the noise of machine age America.” Morris Graves
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Today on Teaching Your Brain to Knit we ask “Can learning to be ambidextrous help improve your brain?” also Margaret further explores Fair Isle; Catherine finds an “interim” project and we learn how one artist found an escape from the “the noise of machine age America.”