Ep. 092 Handwriting Beats Keyboard for Memory; New Pattern for Charity Blocks; Battling pills and fades; Discovering Native American Caps

Welcome to Episode 92 where we discover that note-taking by hand is better for memory than using the keyboard;  Catherine finds a new Barbara Walker Pattern for her Charity Blanket;  Margaret Battles Pills and Fades in her socks and We explore the art of Local Tribal Caps.
Brainy thing:   15:37                        Behind the Redwood Curtain:  28:36
What we’re learning from our knitting:
Brainy Thing:
Research suggests that taking notes by hand may be a better way to learn and retain information.   Catherine explains why.  http://www.indiana.edu/~canlab/assets/2017-kjames-imp.-of-hw-on-dev.-brain2.pdf
Behind the Redwood Curtain :  Native American Basket Caps

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Don’t miss our yarn giveaway.
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Instagram:   Margaret Kelso for Margaret and MagicWombat1 for Catherine
Today in Teaching your Brain to Knit, we discover that handwriting may beat the keyboard for learning;  Catherine tries a new pattern for her charity blanket;  Margaret battles pills and fades;  we explore the art and craft of Wiyot basket caps and we offer another giveaway.