Month: April 2009

I love my math class

I don’t think I’ve ever thought those words to myself before Saturday.  But I do.  I love my math class. Math is one of those subjects that is clearly important and yet has, until recently, seemed really endlessly boring to

Posted in Design, Miscellany


I will be posting a second post about the designer/teacher issue, but things got ahead of me, and before I got to that, we had a fourth birthday that I feel takes precedence.  I mean, how often does your daughter

Posted in Miscellany, Toys

What think you?

Having gotten good feedback on one complex set of opinions, I have another set of complicated opinions to put out there.  Please comment, argue, let me know what you think.  My opinion seems to be at a slightly different angle

Posted in Copyright, Design, Teaching

Thank you

I have yet to email everyone who commented on my last post, but I really want to thank you all for weighing in.  I think some of my own biases blinded me to a few important points that were brought

Posted in Autism awareness

Autism Awareness Month rant

I’ve been very busy lately with classes and secret projects and children who are on Spring Break (oh my!) and such, but there are a few things I’ve been thinking about that need a little space.  Last year, around this

Posted in Autism awareness, Blocking, Day's Eye Hat, Design, Finished Projects, Hats, Miscellany


Now available for purchase!  A huge thank you to my test knitters. Paulette is a simple bonnet for girls ages brand new to ten, knit in one piece with i-cord edging and a decorative flower.  So sugary sweet you just

Posted in Hats, Kidswear, Original Pattern, Pattern for sale, Paulette