I know it won't be easy for me to update my blog in english, but I'll try hard and do my best. First of all, I would like to say thank you, thank you very much to many of you, crochet ladies in the net, for showing me so many different and new ways to freshen up my skill and passion. I learnt crocheting (and knitting) when I was a child, from my grandmother. I still remember my first attemps and my clumsy fingers, and my greediness for hooks and yarns. I've never quitted, but surely a couple of years ago a new era began! I would have never imagined that my passion could be so widely and well present in the internet, it was almost by chance that I googled "crochet" and discovered so many blogs and ladies all over the world sharing my passion. Since then, I've silently read and learnt and found a new flavour in my passion. And so, thank you for giving me such a pleasure. And second, I'm planning to put up a shop on Etsy. I've already fulfilled any need or desire from friends and relatives, so whom am I crocheting for? What should I do with so many shawls and blankets? Let's try to sell something on the internet, why not? And so this blog is also to show my work in progress before putting up a proper shop. An international shop, then an english speaking shop and blog, that's it.
And here's a cat to say hello to Angie (www.lemondedesucrette.com), Alice (http://crochethealingandraymond.wordpress.com), Michelle (www.theroyalsisters.blogspot.com), Lucy (www.attic24.typepad.com), Veronique (www.barjolaine.com)
www.tricrodatuka.blogspot.com , and copied from that.