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Started knitting when I was 11 yrs old & crocheting at age 19.
Created By: KAREN L. BUSER

I started knitting at the age of 11 because there was a article in my Sunday School paper that showed me how to start. At the age of 19 my mom gave me my Grandmothers crochet hook and I knew that if she could do it I could also. I am now 56 years old and have done several things, both knitted and crocheted. I have sold several afghan's and other items from a shop that I had until the end of last year. I now sell items in a shop known as Kansas Originals just north of Wilson, KS on interstate highway 70. I started back in 2002 taking my afghan's to the Kansas State Fair and have received two red ribbons and two blue ribbons on them. I have also made three baby afghan's that my United Methodist Women donated to three incarcerated women here in Kansas who were going to have babies while they were incarcerated. The mother sleeps with the afgahan while she is pregnant and then when the baby is born and taken from her, the afghan goes with the baby so the baby can bond with the spell of the mother. I really enjoy crocheting and knitting as it is a way for me to relax and gives me something to do when we are on road trips.


 
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