Friday, May 27, 2016

Just my thoughts: Knitting builds patience

I have found that after almost one year of taking knitting lessons, my propensity for patience has definitely improved.  Knitting is a very interesting activity for me.  I am forced to depend solely on my fingers and sense of touch to help me navigate in and out of stitches.

Knitting is exact.  You either do it right or you run into errors. But the good thing is that you can easily correct your errors once you find them.  I love the fact that there are different sized needles for doing various tasks.

My teacher, Miko, is very patient but she is now off on maternity leave for a while and I have a new teacher and his name is Robbie.  I had previously met Robbie and he is very nice.  So I am looking forward to continuing my knitting and my patience-building.

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