three women crochet AA circle that is nearly complete

Fans of knitting unite with a whole new generation that wants to learn an age old tradition. Three women from family friendships that span a lifetime welcome you to their page. To give you a better idea who they are; here are some sections of their life and feeling about what knitting and crochet mean to them.

Knit veteran- Sigrid Vermaat

Although her face is wrinkled, she looks happy and one can tell that though she is growing old, she has enjoying vibrant health. She can still maintain an upright posture while sited on her seat that does not have a back rest. In front of her, right beside her seat is a collection of items that she has been knitting for years. Some seem to have survived decades of hard times because of they are having weak strings. Sigrid shared her amazing stories of how the fashion of knitting used to be and where she thinks it will go in the future.

A seasoned pro- Marrie Huntink

Marrie is a woman with the fullness of life. She is a woman that’s in her early forties but not fading for beauty anytime soon. She is strong, straight on the seat like Sigrid. Besides her is a collection of knit items that must be at most a decade old. She seems to have been a student of the veteran because majority of her designs resemble that of the veteran. She uses her skills in programming to act as the site editor and put all the stories to words.

An eager novice- Elizabeth Scheltens

The Novice, a young lady in her early twenties has a struggling look on her face. She looks anxious and full of thoughts. The only designs she has with her are incomplete implying that she must be in the school of the veteran and the pro learning knitting. The novice must have gained conviction by the ideologies of her mentors into believing in culture and using knitting to help preserve that culture. Perhaps the most exciting part of knitting and crochet comes from Elizabeth who shows a lot of interest to pass this family oriented skill to others who are interested. She writes purely from her heart and is driven to help others get into this new craze.

The efforts of these three women creative women will come to fruition with their persistent efforts to improve and preserve culture. Feel free to contribute to our website with any ideas on what can be added later or what will make crochet-knit.com a bigger success overall. Let us know-

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