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Share your crochet story:Why did you start crocheting?

Crochet is a time-honored art, some people learn to crochet at a young age under the tutelage of their family...

Crochet is a time-honored art, some people learn to crochet at a young age under the tutelage of their family and continue to do so for decades, some learn to crochet when they are young but only start again after a long time, and some take up crocheting in their later years...
Do you remember when and what kind of opportunity you picked up crocheting? Here are three real-life stories that may resonate with you in some way.



“Crocheting is something I can fight for. ”

The opportunity for me to start crocheting came about as a result of the epidemic.

A sudden epidemic confined what had been rich and interesting leisure time indoors and seemed to extend it indefinitely. So in the meantime I tried everything I could to burn off time, but at the end of the day there was always that empty feeling of having gained nothing in the end. Until I discovered crochet, which is not just a mere pass time, but can create something out of focused time. It was also through crocheting that I found inner peace in the anxious waiting time.
It's been four years since I first started crocheting, and I've finally found something I want to do with my life. I want to influence more people through crochet, so I set up the brand Yeezhee to make it easy for more people who are interested in crochet to learn how to crochet and find fun in it.



“Crocheting is the only way I can talk to my family members who have passed away. ”

I never imagined I'd find myself entwined in the art of crocheting until the day my grandmother passed away. Grandma Evelyn was a master with a crochet hook, her hands effortlessly weaving intricate patterns into blankets, scarves, and hats. Growing up, I'd often watch in awe as she worked her magic, her fingers dancing across the yarn with grace and precision.

When she left us, a piece of my heart went with her. I found myself longing for the comfort of her presence, wishing I could sit beside her once more and learn the secrets of her craft. It was then that I decided to pick up a crochet hook and carry on her legacy. With each loop and twist of the yarn, I felt a connection to Grandma Evelyn that transcended time and space. It was as if her spirit guided my hands, gently nudging me forward with every stitch.

I found solace in the rhythmic motion of hook and yarn. With each project completed, I felt closer to Grandma Evelyn, as if she were right there beside me, cheering me on every step of the way.

Now, whenever I pick up my crochet hook, I feel her presence envelop me like a warm embrace. Though she may be gone, her legacy lives on in every stitch I make. And as I continue to crochet, I carry her memory with me, a beacon of love and inspiration guiding me through life's twists and turns.



“Crocheting has healed my life. ”

Crochet came into my life unexpectedly, and it all started with my friend Anna. I was in a bad mood during that time, shutting myself up in my room and not going anywhere, when Anna appeared on my doorstep with her yarn, she is the kind of person who exudes warmth and kindness wherever she goes, which made it impossible for me to say no to her request. And so it was on that day that I first began to try my hand at crocheting.

With Anna's patient guidance, I began to get good at it and wanted to try more stitches and patterns. In the process I felt a sense of achievement that I had never felt before and it helped me to avoid being consumed by bad feelings.

Days turned into weeks, and soon I found myself reaching for my crochet hook whenever life felt overwhelming. Whether it was the rhythmic motion of the stitches or the vibrant colors dancing before my eyes, crocheting became my sanctuary in a world filled with chaos. But it wasn't just the act of crocheting that healed me, it was the memories woven into every stitch. Each scarf, blanket, and hat I created held a piece of Anna's spirit, a reminder of her unwavering friendship and the light she brought into my life,and of the wonderful times we crocheted together.

I will be forever grateful to Anna and the simple art of crocheting that brought healing into my world when I needed it most.



As more and more people eliminate stereotypes and join the world of crocheting, the meaning of crocheting is being enriched. As well as relaxation, improving bad habits and some therapeutic benefits, crochet is a treasure to be passed on, whether it's between family members or friends, it creates memories and brings spiritual comfort through learning from each other and crocheting together.

Crocheting holds memories and passes on love, and when you wear that scarf again, you may be reminded of the cosy scene when you crocheted it. That's why more and more important days are being crocheted, christmas gifts, housewarming parties, family events and women's gatherings, to name a few.

The reasons for starting to crochet are varied and I'm glad we finally picked up the crochet hook and met here. Lovely crocheters, how long have you been crocheting consistently and do you remember why you started in the first place? We'd love to hear your crochet stories.



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