Sheila Hruby's Profile

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I am married, a mother of six, and a grandmother of 5. I went back to school 9 years ago and graduated with a degree in Electronics. I now work full time as an electronics technician and I also fix and repair computers for family and friends. My favorite thing to do in my spare time is to crochet! I consider it my therapy!

I am happy and blessed to be able to crochet again after a 23 year period of not being able to crochet. I developed carpal tunnel and tendonitis in my wrists during my pregnancy with my 5th child, causing me too much pain to be able to crochet. Recently, wanting to make a special Christmas gift for my 5 grandchildren, I decided to try to modify my crochet hooks so that I could try to crochet again. I am happy to say that the modification worked, I can now crochet again without pain!

I am picking up where…

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  • Born on June 18
  • Joined February 8, 2011

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I am married, a mother of six, and a grandmother of 5. I went back to school 9 years ago and graduated with a degree in Electronics. I now work full time as an electronics technician and I also fix and repair computers for family and friends. My favorite thing to do in my spare time is to crochet! I consider it my therapy!

I am happy and blessed to be able to crochet again after a 23 year period of not being able to crochet. I developed carpal tunnel and tendonitis in my wrists during my pregnancy with my 5th child, causing me too much pain to be able to crochet. Recently, wanting to make a special Christmas gift for my 5 grandchildren, I decided to try to modify my crochet hooks so that I could try to crochet again. I am happy to say that the modification worked, I can now crochet again without pain!

I am picking up where I left off. My first offering (and most favorite item to crochet) are the beautiful vintage stick ponies. It gives me great joy to be able to “bring them to life” and see the joy they bring to the faces of the children who receive them.

I am looking forward to recreating several of my favorite kids items from the 80’s as well as trying a few new things and praying that my hands hold up!

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