Her young son is in Primary Two so she and other women would walk or sometimes get a lift from a relative to the school to check the boy out. If it is a rainy day she will bring biru leaves to finish making a hat in the shed provided by the school for parents.
On days when she goes to her farm she and her mother in law will not visit the primary school. They will together do whatever tasks they have to do. The hat making will be left to the evening. In this way she can make a hat in three or four days.
Each hat she makes has eight segnments. She divides the dried leaves properly and without any ruler she can make the most accurate segments!
She also measures out the body of the hat and sews on the binder properly with equal distance of thread. Her hat is
I think some Maths teachers should make a study of her hats and use them as examples to calcuate circular areas etc....Take maths into homes or take Indigenous hat making into the Maths Class!