Since when I was a child, knitting seemed like magic to me. My grandmother and mother were always knitting fabulous sweaters and cardigans from colorful balls of yarn. I was thinking the magic was turning a straight ball of yarn into something gorgeous to wear. It was very impressive.
Knitting has been my greatest inheritance from the women of my family. As a little girl, whenever I was bored, my grandmother would give me needles and a ball of yarn. Now, after many years, I grew up to be one of those magicians I was fascinated by. Knitting and crochet became my saviors and passions.
In my darkest moments, playing with stitches and yarn gave me inspiration and a reason to go on. I managed to fight my anxiety and depression by casting on, making stitches, and then patterns. Now, I want to share what I have been creating. The patterns and information I will share on this website will be my own, what I have learned from my family and what I am building up on that.
As a knitter, I love the progress coming from sharing ideas, collaboration and opening up. I am really excited to be sharing with all my fellow knitters what I have and would be very glad to hear from you. I am also very happy to see the knitters grow and increase day by day. So, I am here for any collaboration, comments, questions or new ideas. Please do not hesitate to contact me and open up.
As you will see on the website, my patterns, photographs and videos will be free. For the sake of sharing, I want to keep it that way. I will do my best to keep it that way. If you liked my website, patterns and want me to go on, I am also open for any help I can get.