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Everyone from Jane Sassaman to Lyric Kinard has created fabulous coloring books to jump-start your creativity, but do you know how crayons are made? Mr. Rogers does... 
 


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#18 Helen 2017-05-26 18:11
What a wonderful, blessed
Individual who made learning so much fun for all children. You are missed Mr.Rogers. :-|
#17 Sioux 2017-05-10 09:58
Oh how I miss Fred! He was such a calming influence in my life when I was raising small children!!!! RIP. Thank you for sharing this lovely story!!!!!
#16 Mary1938 2017-05-09 16:19
I'll bet it is much more mechanized now than when the film was made! Probably NO hands-on anymore. Machines have taken over so many industries, and work so much faster.
#15 Lilibet 2017-05-08 13:56
Had me looking for a cardigan, fond memories. Thanks for this.
#14 ann w 2017-05-08 11:36
Interesting, thank you.
#13 Marie 2017-05-08 11:13
I really enjoyed this! Crayons were the beginning for many quilters I'm sure!
#12 Judy 2017-05-08 09:24
I enjoyed the crayon-making video. And I'm not even a kid--I'm 77 years old!
#11 Jennifer 2017-05-08 06:35
What wonderful memories! I loved Picture Picture and Mr. Rogers. When my children were young, we took them on a tour of the Crayola factory. Now I'm looking forward to coloring with my first grandchild when he's a little older. I also plan to teach my grandchildren needlework and quilting. Thanks for the memories!
#10 Leona in Nova Scotia 2016-03-08 10:09
This is wonderful,reall y enjoyed it !!!
#9 Susan in Pa 2016-03-08 07:29
:-) Mr. Rogers was the best and Crayola crayons are the only brand I will buy because they are made in my hometown. Thank you for sharing the video. I am going to show it to my granddaughter.
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