I’ve done quite a bit of handcrafts during high school days, and still do on and off. Between kids, cooking, gardening (in summer only), laundry/dishes/cleaning chores, and office work (not to mention commute to/fro), dropping-off/picking-up kids from school & kindergarden, doing some arts/crafts activities with the kids at home plus reading awesome books with/to them and such, needlework takes unfortunately a backseat.
But somehow I always find time for it! My favorite things to knit or cross stich are items for my daughters. There isn’t much that brings me more satisfaction as a crafter than seeing one of my children enjoying or finding comfort in something that I have done for them.
My oldest daughter, 7-year-old Estella Elisheva, has learned how to knit, enjoys the hobby, and is learning some valuable character traits like patience and pride in her work from the craft.
I always love to make my very own patterns but it’s intresting to look different patterns and gather ideas.. Here I’ll show you some cute patterns for kids!