The beauty of needlework
Wed, Aug, 23

The first toys were knitted for my child (which he really appreciated!), they were different suspendable toys, teething toys, and chewing necklaces (which were a lot of help when breast feeding!), Rattles with different yarn remnants, which had been at my house.

Over time, I realized that in my 25 years, I finally found what I wanted to do in life - to create toys for the little ones! I do it with great pleasure!

So I purchased different yarns (infant, hypoallergenic), hooks, hypoallergenic filler, and other materials, and launched. Most of the toys are first praised by my son. I knit with love and in a good mood.

Making eco-friendly toys from natural wood
Tue, Aug, 22

Parents want everything to be natural and safe for their beloved kids. I will share my experience about making wooden toys for children.


Marking details according to the templates; Boring holes; Cutting the details with the help of jigsaw; Rough grinding of details with the help of sander; Milling of holes and edge details; Find hand-grinding  of details; Covering parts with the linseed oil; Bonding wheels and assembling toys.
Building wooden educational toys
Thu, Jul, 13

Building wooden educational toys is our common hobby with my husband. The earliest toys we have done for our children. We wanted our toys to not only be bright and beautiful, but that they were also eco-friendly and beneficial to children’s development.