KPC Module Two: Units 10-12

I can’t quite get my head around the fact that we’ve reached the end of Module Two! It all seems to have come round so quickly. Module Two was titled Exploration and Expansion, and for various reasons I’ve found the Module to be something of a bumpy journey. We’ve covered some difficult topics over the last couple of months, there’s been a lot of pain revealed during triad work, and at times it’s felt like a pretty tough slog.

Units 10, 11 and 12 of each Module comprise writing a reflective essay, presenting a synopsis of that essay to the rest of the group, and taking part in a videoed triad session. As I wasn’t able to attend the session for the videoed triad on Saturday, I actually did mine just before Christmas. It went really well, and I felt that I’m making progress with my counselling skills. In early January, I wrote my essay, and then did the presentation on January 10th. I’m very pleased to be able to tell you that I have passed Module Two! At this stage, I haven’t received my report, but the tutor called me to tell me that I’d passed, so I’m thrilled about that.

With Christmas-busyness, I hadn’t had time to complete the knitting for Module Two before I did the presentation, and for a while I was really unsure how I was going to reflect Units 10-12 in my knitting. Then I realised that the the next Clue in the pattern actually reflected how I felt about the whole module perfectly – the zigzag lace pattern reminded me of a bumpy road, wrapping around the whole of Module Two.

Module Three begins tomorrow – I’m excited to see what the next couple of months brings!

Tech details:

I pretty much followed the pattern for FYA Clue 3B. The only part that I altered was to omit the extra yarn overs/k2togs which occur on rows 9 and 11 of the pattern.