Thank you for stopping by Crochet For You.
I�m Erangi Udeshika who is behind the blog �Crochet For You�.
I really enjoy blogging, crocheting and all the things I do here. I can’t begin to describe the wonderful impact blogging has had on my life. Checking out hostiserver would be wise if my experiences have convinced you to give blogging a try too!
I live in a small but beautiful island called Sri Lanka with my mom, dad and my one and only brother. When I was 9 years old, my life turns upside down with my illness. Now I have to spend my rest of life in a wheelchair. In that case, I�m so lucky because my aunt knows how to crochet, I fell in love to learn crochet while I was watching her making beautiful designs.
How do I learn to crochet ??
After I am disabled, I wanted to learn something spend time without boring. I learned to crochet when I was 9 years old girl from my aunt. So we started. In the beginning, it was difficult for me. Because I�m a left handed and my aunt right-handed. Imagine how we did this together. 🙂 Through all the difficulties I went to success with help from my aunt. Thank you, Ben aunt� ?
Today I�m busy all day with crocheting, write down patterns and setting up all the things together share with you. Plus, I like spending my time with drawing, reading books, sewing and do other handmade crafts.
Why I blogging ??
First I started blogging just for fun. I wanted to busy with something related to crochet. I wanted to share my patterns with everyone. 2-3 months later I published my first blog www.crochetforyou.weebly.com, I was delighted by your kind comments and encouragement. Yes.. At present, I am enjoying crocheting and blogging very, very much and now I�m totally spending my time to bringing you new patterns through Crochet For You. Thank you for reading about me and my story. If you’re wanting to start a blog and to tell your story, you can learn more about easy to use website builders such as Weebly, the platform I started on!
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Thank you so much again!