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 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 aunty
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.
You can follow my and make something for you and your family and of course sell in your craft stores. I’d love to see what you create and how you use them and feedback you get.
You can simply tag me on Instagram @crochetforyoublog and I’d love to see them share.
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.
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Thank you so much again!