My first memory of crocheting was at age 7, which is when mom taught me the craft. With a very thin, pale yellow, soft yarn and a size G needle, I made a very small pair of booties for one of my dolls.
I sat in a garage crocheting away, while mom and her friend ran a sale of unwanted this-and-thats. I remember a woman walking up to me and saying, "Wow, you know how to crochet?" I was very proud; and with a smile and confidence in my voice, I said, "Yes!"
I've been crocheting for 41 years since!
My line of utility goods are practical and beautiful. Useful and minimal. And, with the use of quality natural fibers, sourced from Japan and Scotland, I put my time, energy, spirit, and personality into each piece.
Thank you for supporting handmade, woman-made, and US made.