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Welcome aboard. Here I am supposed to write a short bio to present to you my work. However, there are many things I want to share with you and I don't know where to start. So let's start and see where it comes from.

So you see, five years ago, I didn't even know what handicraft was. Sewing, knitting, embroidery, dyi were uncharted waters. Until I discovered macrame, weaving, sewing, and embroidery, in the order that I mention them. I loved them all because they became for me a way to heal from my struggles, my anxieties, and my sorrows.

The threads and fabrics became closest friends and the journey began. Then a Brother PE800 Embroidery Machine has added to the companion and the journey started

The idea for Sporaki Lab came up when my daughter announced me her pregnancy. My son-in-law told me that now we are going to have a sporaki. Sporaki in Greek (I live in Crete Heraklion ) means seed.

Then I thought this is a great opportunity.The upcoming baby will grow up at the same time as the lab. And here we are. Hristos is already two and Sporaki Lab has its own website and starts blogging.

The reason that I decided to blog is that I want to share with you my small experience as a self-taught Embroiderer, the difficulties, and the problems but mostly I want to communicate with you about, the subjects that are significant for a crafter, grandma and a 55 years old lady.

So here we are going to share :

Machine Embroidery Tips and Tricks.

Craft Supplies.

Gift ideas for our beloved.

And everything else that will come up for you and me.

Your support and participation will be the power for this Sporaki to grow more and more.

Every comment or suggestion will be welcome and I will do my best to give you as much as I can from me.

Disclosure: In this blog I may use affiliate links which means that if you purchase something I may earn a small commission.

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