sure glad you posted this. am making one for my GGD and there are a lot of things you have on yours i never thought about, she is Six am anxious to get started on it.. Thank you for sharing.
Do y'all know we have children with sensory problems?
these would be very beneficial for them. they like things sewn in and outside.one 5yr. old has callouses on her hands from turning pages and hitting the book. this goes on for hours. you can contact the special needs school for information on who to contact (therapy dept.) thank you for reading this, i'ts important for our Special needs children.
I was in Target with my daughter,and found a container ( like plastic shoe box they sell at Wal Mart) that the closures locked.took it home,used a hot ice pick on the inside ( about half way down ) put my yarn thru locked the lid.now my yarn stays put. I'm a happy camper now.
where can i get the pattern for this. my GGD has TSC and sensory problems. this may help her. Thank you so much
Go to downcloverlaine .com lot of bibs and dishcloths.have made a lot of things from that site. she also does a dishcloth each mo. two rows a day. if you guess what it is you get free yarn. she is out of No Carolina.
I use DMSO can be bought at the co-op, I think Wall Mart not sure about that. been using it for several years. no more trigger finger. keep it on hand and make sure i have it when i travel.
ANXIOUS to make this. my GGD has been diagnosed with TSC also autism. the TSC causes her to have sensory problems. Thank you so much.
I use DMSO and have for over 40 yrs.can be bought at a co -op or John Deer. I now buy it in a roll on bottle,makes it easier for me to use.my family call for me to send them a bottle since i am closer to a store than they are. NFL players use it.not allowed at schools or collages, because of the age factor. I am never out of it. costs about $5.00 for the bottle I buy.
thats right, been to long since i've thought about school. my son graduated in 96.i'm trying to keep up with ggc now, had two girls #8 & 9 in aug. 3days apart.
I put each yarn into a coke bottle (the big bottles) put them on each side of me.(i save the lids to keep the grandchildren from pulling out the yarn). so far so good. i have even used 3 when i made an afghan.
I put each yarn in a coke bottle one on each side of me. so far so good.
yes she was. kathrin bell? I had 3 girls( black)1 boy (reed) two granddaughters (young /smith)and one grandson.( thrash).my husband passed 8yrs ago. sold my houses and moved to waco with my daughter. it's nice but not hubbard.lol
How nice to know someone else on here is from Hubbard. We moved there in 1978 from Calif. Most of my children went to school in Hubbard. My son and grandson played Football. My son is ready to retire from the military soon,he is 38. my grandson is a coach at a Texas University, he is 27.I now live in Lorena,not far from Waco. Thanks for the pictures. Dea
Thank you Jersgran and inishowen i really appreciate the information. I live in Texas and have spent the afternoon looking for this to no avail.I did contact Bernat,so am waiting to hear from them.You ladies are so sweet to help me with this. I cant believe I didn't know about it,however i don't get out as often as i used to. Have 3 GG babies due in Sept. thought i would make each one a sweater since i have never done it before ( a lot of blankets )lol. thanks again. dea
A few e-mails ago i saw a beautiful baby sweater. I thought i had saved it, guess not since i can't find it. seems it is a yarn that makes designs as you knit,if i remember correctly it had flowers close to the neck. I think it has a picture on the yarn that shows what it is to look like. I just skimmed it, was coming back to have a closer look. so with all that could any of you help me. I really appreciate all of you and the help you give us. I would love to post pictures but i'm afraid i don't know how to do that. thank you again.