This week's theme is about your grandmother's and what they taught you with their craftiness. Let me begin with the lady on the left. This is Cora, my mom's paternal grandmother. She was Dutch, and if I remember correctly, taught my mom to knit when she was three. She also taught her many other needle-using craftiness, which in turn, was passed on to me. The woman on the right is my maternal Gramma. She is crafty, still sewing all of us grandchildren and great-grandkids something when we marry and for Christmas. So mom learned from her, once again helping me. Not pictured is Gramma's mom who was an amazing artist, the blood running through my mom's veins and most, if not all of her siblings. This is a picture of my Gramma (same as up above in the wedding gown), my brother Joe and me at Sea World, I really don't know the year, maybe 1987. Do you remember me telling you about my brother's daring fashion sense? Here it needlepunch, draws, paints - all these talents which have slightly trickled down to me, given to her by her grandmothers and her mom.