[FONT=“Comic Sans MS”][COLOR="#300090"]Okay, I’m a [I]visual learner[/I]. I can look at something and figure out how to do it or how it was made. Doesn’t matter if it is knit, crochet, or a car’s engine; I can just look and figure it all out.
My DW has asked me to teach her how to crochet. She says she has a [I]tactile learning[/I] style. (Yes, she is a teacher; so that term is the language or jargon of her profession). Okay, tactile means touching or manipulation with your hands. Hey this should be an easy lesson, right?
I carefully show her how to hold the hook, yarn, and tie a slip knot to begin.
Frustration ensues! :shrug:
I have several books that give instructions for learning to crochet, but they all use pictures and that doesn’t help her. :think:
Any suggestions? Crossed Fingers
Meanwhile, if I want to or crochet I have to hide. Otherwise she is there :nails: