Brooklyn students embroider their ideas: Part 19

Walk Rambo, by Miguel

Miguel wrote, “I chose my message because at first my dad would walk my dog, Rambo, but now I walk him everyday. At first I didn’t know anything about cross stitching, but now I know what to do. I make a number line to help line everything up.”

You did an excellent job Miguel! This turned out great, and I’m sure your dad is grateful you walk the dog every day!

Unfortunately, I don’t have images for the following stories, but I felt that these students deserved recognition for their work. I hope you enjoy their thoughts, as much as I have! :)

Sam W. – “Do Great”
I worked hard and I am working hard at doing my best. I think that my choice for a message was appropriate and it’s a thing I do need to work on. I made a number line. I feel that I am on my way to greatness.
Colin –  “Pronounce Pinyin Fluently”
Yeah, this was my way of learning the pinyin tones (for Mandarin). I did not use a number line on my Aida cloth because it would just have made it harder. Unfortunately, I did not finish my project.
Zoe  – “Don’t Carry The Weight Of The World”
Viewers will learn that I am trying to not be so stressed out and that I work hard.
Mila  –  “LIVE IN THE MOMENT.”
Viewers might notice that I always think about “what I could have done,” or  question “if it was right to have made a certain choice.” I like my message, it’s personal, and by stitching it, I feel like I’ve learned to actually “LIVE IN THE MOMENT.” I enjoyed making this.
Penelope  –  “No More Tacos”
I really like tacos and I need to stop eating them so much.
Luis – “Study Luis”

My message as “Study” because I don’t really like to study. So I made it to remind me to study and to learn more and pass tests.

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