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Sarah Natividad (Curious Workmanship) designs and makes hand-crocheted items of quality and distinction. Using only the finest materials and workmanship, I take pride in craftsmanship perfectly executed.

I first started making baby booties when I was in high school. When my youngest brother was born, my mother made me hold him on my lap during church. He'd sit on my knee and he'd kick, kick, kick at my shins with his hard-soled dress shoes all through the service, shredding my nylons. But my mother wouldn't budge; he had to wear nice shoes to church, and that was that. I got so fed up with it that I made him a pair of soft yarn booties that looked like Sunday shoes. He wore them to church until he was old enough to sit by himself.

I am married with four children (one girl, three boys). My boys inspire me, so that I am one of the few people (it…

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  • Joined April 19, 2006

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cotton, yarn

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Sarah Natividad (Curious Workmanship) designs and makes hand-crocheted items of quality and distinction. Using only the finest materials and workmanship, I take pride in craftsmanship perfectly executed.

I first started making baby booties when I was in high school. When my youngest brother was born, my mother made me hold him on my lap during church. He'd sit on my knee and he'd kick, kick, kick at my shins with his hard-soled dress shoes all through the service, shredding my nylons. But my mother wouldn't budge; he had to wear nice shoes to church, and that was that. I got so fed up with it that I made him a pair of soft yarn booties that looked like Sunday shoes. He wore them to church until he was old enough to sit by himself.

I am married with four children (one girl, three boys). My boys inspire me, so that I am one of the few people (it seems like) who make masculine gifts for baby boys. Two of my children have Asperger's Syndrome and one has multiple food allergies.

I TRADE PROMISCUOUSLY!!! I trade with anyone and everyone! If I don't want what I trade for, I give it as a gift! I have a weakness for pottery, pitchers, earrings, and teeny tiny boxes, none of which I make myself. (If you make pottery pitcher earrings in a teeny tiny box, I will be irresistibly drawn to you.)

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