Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Okay, I am looking for a really good idea for a gift for our wonderful math tutor. She is a retired special education teacher who has taught kids with learning disabilities and autism her entire career. She has been such a blessing in our lives. DS14 (my Aspie) has really grown so much while working with her.
When she started working with us in May of this year, my kiddo was doing marginal 1st grade math. He is now doing basic algebra and geometry. She has to present it in ways that make sense to him (which I just don't know how to do) and he is thriving! She is definitely an answer to prayer.
I'd love to make her something to show appreciation. I am trying to be mindful of both time and money. I am not sure when the sewing machine will be arriving.
In a perfect world, a lap quilt would be in order, but I am not sure I will have time to get that completed this time around. I was thinking of potholders (can't everyone use potholders?) or a candle mat, maybe with one of the new, battery operated candles (love those because of my cats. The tutor has a cat also). Hmmm.
I got this photo from a wonderful tutorial at http://33shadesofgreen.blogspot.com/2010/02/amy-butler-quilted-potholder.html.
Any ideas that you would be willing to share? Please?????