About me

Fatehbur Sikri, India, 2/2018


About me:

Hello and welcome! I’m Ann, I was born in Vietnam, but have lived in the USA for more than half of my life. I’m a RN by trade, world traveler by chance and crocheter by choice. ☺️

You can find my works on Ravelry, I also have a library of projects that you can take a look at this link. (Make sure you sign in! 😀)

About this blog: I created Esky147’s Creations because I wanted to share my experiences with crochet and traveling. I started learning to do basic hats and now I can do more intricate works. I discovered my passion for crochet back in college (2005-2006), but crochet didn’t like me. You should have seen my very 1st hat! Practice makes perfect and you can do it too, if you love it enough. ^_^

In 2014, I discovered crochet videos on Youtube and the rest is history. I’d consider myself a somewhat intermediate beginner. I can read some patterns and some charts and follow them. I prefer videos though because I’m a visual learner.

My passion with traveling started when I was about 9-10 years old. I studied at a French elementary school at the time and most of the teachers there spent at least a year in France before they come back to teach us in Vietnam. I was obsessed with stories about French culture and Paris so I told myself that once I’m old enough I will travel to France.

My dream came true in 2007 when I spent a semester abroad in London, U.K. I visited Paris, Lyon, many cities in the U.K, Rome, Venice (Italy), and Northern Ireland. It was an unforgettable experience. Since then, I get to visit Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, and many states of the US. My very recent trip was India in Feb 2018.

I feel very fortunate and blessed to be able to travel when and where I want.

This blog is pretty much a place where I share a part of my life with you and I hope you enjoy it.

If you want to follow me on instagram, e-mail me, or have any questions regarding any of my works or patterns, please visit this post. Thank you and have a wonderful day.

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