Sun, 1 November 2015
Episode 27: Reading/Writing Learning Preference and Your Knitting
Brainy thing: 25:10 Redwood Curtain: 33:50
What Our Knitting is Teaching Us
Margaret concludes (at least for now) her cotton sock yarn comparison with Feel Good Yarns sock yarn knitted in a generic sock pattern and using the new-to-her Fish Lips Kiss Heel by Sox Therapist http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fish-lips-kiss-heel
in Feel Good Yarn Company http://www.ravelry.com/yarns/library/feel-good-yarn-company-silverspun-sock
She compares Feel Good Yarn with Cascade Fixation and Cobasi by HiKoo, which is currently her favorite.
Catherine talks about her painful learning from the Mona8pi or Bunny Muff’s Vanessa Ives Mystery shawl http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/vanessa-ives-mkal out of Woole’s Yarns Creations Color Changing Cotton
In earlier episodes, we’ve talked about the VAK learning style – Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic preferences for taking in information. An updated version of that is the VARK system. The “R” stands for the Reading/Writing preference. While many people including educators find these systems useful, other criticize the research that has been done.
The facts and mythos of Highway 101 that runs from Los Angeles to the Washington State Border.
A Knitting Tip
How to cut out a row of knitting:Margaret Ratcliff The Knowledgeable Knitter
Direct download: Ep._027_Reading_Writing_Learning_Style_and_Knitting.mp3
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