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Updated: Sep 10, 2023

I was first taught to knit when I was eight years old / By a teacher during a bout of indoor recesses / One particularly snowy winter / When I decided I was too old for my blankie / I reworked it into a small stuffed animal / Many birthdays were spent enjoying / The (now defunct) Craft Museum in NYC / With my Grandmother / Planning, executing, and gifting / My fascination / With colors and words and how the human body works / Cookies and cakes / Staying up late and Early risers / Handmade objects / My own natural resourcefulness / Mixed with inspiration / From generations of individuals who have crafted / Creation has always felt like home. 

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