Crocheting for some people could get rather boring.. but I have found that as long as I have good company or a really good show on TV, I can sit and do my crochet work for a really long stretch of time! Plus I really love when I finish a piece and it turned out so cute!
They may be sisters of few words, but their knitting speaks for itself.
I absolutely love all the vintage patterns, like from 19th century, and traditional ones – They are a great source of inspiration and show how many different things you can to with a skein of yarn and needles.
I encourage anyone to check out my Love Bug Experiment! You don’t have to be a knitter, just create a Love Bug of some kind, attach a note full of positive energy, then leave him somewhere to make a stranger’s day!
I started crafting a very young age. I remember sewing buttons on things while my mother made my sister and my clothes and crocheted countless blankets. My father is a home-builder/cabinet-maker/vintage-car restorer. I quickly developed a love for making things; hats, bags, quilts, pies, you name it.