As the cold, rainy weather continues, peers are becoming more creative at finding indoor activities to occupy their breaks. Last week we told our readers about the increase in card playing and movie watching. This week, we’re highlighting the truly creative efforts of peers who are learning or teaching new crafts to others.
Peer to peer teaching benefits both parties. One peer learns a new crafting skills, while the other improves their skills and learns to communicate them well to others.
In the photo above, Susan Hall provides hands-on instruction to Destiny Allen in the craft of making string bracelets and necklaces.