As for me and my knitting, I have always crafted. Although my grandmother is a career seamstress, my mother never learned a handcraft. As a way to keep my active sister and me busy when we were younger, my mother gave us cross-stitch, latch hook, embroidery, almost anything to keep our hands occupied. I continued playing with crafts, including card-making and scrapbooking throughout middle and high school.
My senior year of high school, I saw some of my friends knitting in the hall lounge and asked them to teach me. I was immediately taken by how simple it was to turn yarn into fabric. I was, for the first time, really able to sit in one place for hours. I started experimenting right away and was absolutely in love when i found a book of patterns with garments I actually wanted to wear.
I started getting requests for some of the items I was making during college and realized I wanted to start a business.
In this blog, I'll be telling you about my process and materials, and introducing new items in more depth, as well as offering suggestions on how to style them.
I hope you enjoy. Please leave any comments or suggestions and let me know what you think!