Lessons 1 Practical Application

I am currently leading a Knit and Crochet Bible Study.  We recently had our first session.

If you are about to lead a study, here is an idea that may help.

In my group, everyone already knows how to knit and/or crochet. They are at varying levels, but each is working on a project.

Lesson 1 focuses on Jesus as the Foundation of our spiritual life.  We are called to “€ast our burdens on him”. Along this line, we must make our foundation strong when we “cast on” or our projects will fall apart.

So we practiced different ways to cast on in knitting. Did you know there are multiple cast-on methods?

The long tail cast on is the most popular. We reviewed that. Then we discussed knit on and cable cast on.  You can find a description of each of these on the knitty web site.

If you want to add the beginning of a crochet project, some techniques to practice could include the foundation single crochet.

In preparation for this I took some extra sets of hooks and needles and some scrap yarn from my stash to allow everyone to practice.  I made sure all hooks and needles returned to me before everyone left.

I would love to hear what practical lessons you have used in these sessions. Tell me about them. Share your suggestions to help others planning their first sessions.


a citizen of heaven (Heb 13:14) straining toward what is ahead (Phil 3:13) ; bearing witness of Christ (Jn 1:7) anxiously awaiting His return (I Cor 1:7)

2 thoughts on “Lessons 1 Practical Application”

  1. Haven’t started a group, but read the Scripture the other day about being knit together by God in my mother’s womb. I thought that was wonderful.

    I can make more lessons if you’re interested. I’d have to do some digging though. 🙂

    1. Thank you for the offer June Bug. I don’t need more lessons. I appreciate your offer. This post is referring to Lesson 1 of Book 1 Knit and Crochet Bible Study. It is a book filled with lessons. My intention here is to show an application someone can use when teaching lesson 1 and asking for suggestions others have used.

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