As my autistic kid is almost grown up now i have time for crafting. I am trying different things but textiles seems to be most facinating for me. I try to learn reading from books or/and from Internet. I know it is not perfect for starting but in our country there is difficult to find these kind of trainings.
Is there anything else you'd like other members of Stitchin' Fingers to know about you? Please feel free to tell us a little bit about yourself by way of introduction.
I used to draw and paint a lot in the early of my childhood. After my first kid was born and the diagnosis was prenantal toxoplamosis and light autism i was concentrated my life and strenght on him, my interests had to be on the waiting list. After 7 years another boy was born and two years later we had another diagnosis - allergical asthma. No i had two of them to visit the hospitals a lot. Approximately year ago i started to make handicrafted items again. I strated slowly but now i think boys are big enough to have my own time, although it is an hour or two per day, but i still have one :)
Katrin, whatever your current project it, I know it will be good. I do hope you'll post it. No one here is critical in a bad way, but if you need help, please ask and any of us would be glad to help you.
Katrin, Thank you for looking at my needlework. I'm glad you liked the Himalayan Poppy - it's one of my favourites. I was in your country for a day last summer and can't wait to go back. It was about 61 or 62C the day we were there and I was enchanted by how beautiful Estonia is.
Have you recently joined stitchin' fingers? If so, you will love it here. People are helpful, kind and warm and so talented. I'll be looking forward to seeing your pictures when you post them.