As a child I grew up making those floss string bracelets. Look at a design and I could pretty much do it. I have some pretty talented family members, both my mom and sister do bead work. I would love to learn that one day, when I have the means to get it started.
I told my husband I wanted to learn how to crochet and that didn’t go so well at first. I have a habit of wanting to learn how to do things, making the purchase and not following through. However, I can say the reason some of my hobbies have gone no where is because of money; you have to have money in order to do certain things. Like the candles…
You need wax, colors, fragrances, the start up for a candle business costs to much, and if I was able to do it like I had planned it would have went somewhere; however, things happen, plans get broke and yea… it didn’t go the way it was supposed to.
With crocheting I need to learn the short cut talk, and the price for yarn isn’t too much. I am going to attempt to make something for my daughter start up cost was $9 only because I needed yarn needles and the hooks.
Wish me luck!