Why I became a knitter? Oh, I've always been one. You'll see: the problem is when you learn to believe that you can only be one thing, one aspect of yourself. As if we could be a one-dimension persona!
To work with the wool is a kind of heritage from my two grandmothers and through them, a long thread which connects me with many other women.
As a kid, I lived in different countries and as a teenager and adult, I had problems to understand simple things: to which motherland I belong to, where my roots were, how do we do to build an identity... by reading and writing I could explore beyond the borders of the daily life and find another realities. By becoming a mom and coming back to the basket of wool and needles, I found another way to express and to give. So among other me & myself, I'm a writer, a mother, a wife, a permanent foreigner (and comfortable with that), an explorer, a creator and yes,…
- Joined February 15, 2012