A client reached out to me about repairing a treasured cardigan sweater that had been badly damaged by moths and years of use.
It had been put away for years to protect it from further damage, but the client wanted it to be wearable once more.
We discussed the type of repair the client was looking for and agreed that I would look for a yarn that was a natural color but didn’t need to be an exact match to the existing sweater.
A sleeve of the sweater showing examples of the damage.
A client commissioned me to repair a family afghan that had been crocheted by a friend of hers who had passed away. The most difficult part of this repair was finding yarn of a similar color, weight, and fiber content to do the repair.
This photo shows the two holes, one small and one large that needed repair. Continue reading
This necklace had broken and been lost when the client was out and about. When it was found and returned it was missing a few beads and needed to be completely restrung.
Necklace showing the break (circled in blue). Continue reading