The Handwork teacher

I am a mother to two beautiful girls and I teach Handwork and Fine Arts in our local waldorf charter school in Arizona.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Final part of my Handwork Training

Here is a small window into my final week at the Fiber craft studio

A wonderfully full week!   Thank you Three Fold learning center, Green Meadow Waldorf School,. Sunbridge and the Fiber craft Studio for such a wonderful four years of training!

we displayed a very small amount of our work for the graduation.

18 comments:

Tracy said...

Thank you for sharing your journey. I so want to take the training for my own benefit. I am a Montessori teacher. I was all set to go 4 years ago and my Mom died suddenly so it wasn't the right time. I hope you continue to blog about your work since I enjoy popping it to get some inspiration.

Blessings,
Tracy
Montessori Mom to 2 in CT

draadjes said...

It looks lovely and very inspiring! Well done for you!

Anonymous said...

Congratulation!!! Yeeee

Pen+Ink said...

Oh wow, what an awesome privilege. It must have been the experience of a lifetime.

the little gnomes home said...

Lovely pictures and such beautiful handwork.... congratulations on your graduation!

piecesofme said...

Your blog is wonderful and quite an inspiration. I have actually signed up for the Fiber Arts 7th cycle and am so excited! Thanks for sharing!

Magical Mom said...

Congratulations! I so have enjoyed your blog with your open journey to expand and become even more amazing. Thank you for being an inspiration!

Castlequeen said...

Beautiful - thanks for sharing your journey. I have enjoyed seeing what you have been learning and creating.
NZ

Katherine said...

Congratulations!

OnlyOneHook said...

Wow! Thanks for sharing.

onegoldensun said...

Oh, how wonderful and exciting! I am looking to apply for the handwork program starting this summer! I am so inspired by what you share on your blog. Such beautiful projects!

eryan said...

Hi - I just found your Blog after another homeschooling mom on one of my lists recommended it. I was actually looking for a story you use for teaching knitting - about kids on a sheep farm or something like that? How do I find it? And, your work is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing all those amazing photos. Elissa in Portland, Oregon

woolladyfelter said...

It was such a privilege to go through this training with you. I think we brought out the best in each other. Thank you :)

woolladyfelter said...

Wonderful journey wasn't it :)

onegoldensun said...

Congratulations! I am also very excited to embark upon the 7th cycle of this teacher training. I would love to hear more about your experience and what gifts the training had for you. Your blog has been so inspiring and wonderful to visit. Best Wishes,

Olives and Pickles said...

Thabks for sharing..I am your new follower : )
Patty

Rick Tan III said...

Congratulations! How exciting. And, what beautiful pictures. :)
Jennifer & Rick

sunnysideupmama said...

Fantastic! Congrats on finishing the training...what a wonderful journey. I am homeschooling as well as beginning the journey of assisting at our local Waldorf school where my boys attend part time. I will be helping teach handwork in the first grade this year. Your journey will be of much help. Thank you for sharing. It's a beautiful life!
Mariah