The cuteness doesn’t stop there…
- She asked me to take a photo of her knitting for her website. (She doesn’t have a website.)
- When I asked her about the non-existent website she said she would have one soon and that it would be called “Knitting Tree”…yes, my 6 year old niece already has the name for her blog. She even has a design in mind…she told me that the leaves would be knits. Seriously, she came up with that all on her own.
- After the photo shoot she says, “Erin, you are like the knitting master.” Then she corrected herself and said “You and Kara are the knitting masters.” So diplomatic even though I am the one teaching her. Technically I should be the master, but, whatever.
I have been teaching Emma to knit and while in Canada we picked up some fun bulky yarn in bold orange, pink, red, purple, and yellow colors and she and I are making a scarf. She hasn’t quite been able to do it all herself yet, we switch off with one of us wrapping and the other doing the rest but she is getting there. I assume if I was around more it would go more quickly but we just have our lessons on Sundays.
She told me once, “Erin, I am going to grow up to be a knitter just like you and Kara.” She kills me.
The following 7 comments were originally left at blogspirit:
This is awesome. She has great teachers!
I can’t even stand how cute that is. I love that she wants to join the blogging world too. Too funny!
I am such a proud auntie right now. Seriuosly, tearing up over here…
This is what spreading the craft is all about! 😉
What a perfect picture! It makes me think of when I was little and my grandma taught me to knit. Too bad I didn’t have such awesome yarn though.
How fun to be co-knitting the scarf with her! And too cute that she is already planning to join the knit blog world! 🙂
as a knitter that is probably the *best compliment you could ever get! sooo adorable!
already planning the blog. they start early these days dont they? ;0) x