About:When I was young I enjoyed and immersed my Grandpa' DIY world. He was a metalwork enthusiast. He couldn't get into this profession, as the era of WWs put him on different track, and became shoemaker. Anyhow his life formed he did his best, and became master shoemaker. However his heart was magnetised to metalworks, so the backyard shed was always full of his interesting projects. It was a miracle world for me. Luckily he let me work with him frequently, and of course I could learn a lot from him. My mother was/is in the leatherwork business, I guess because of the leather (from Grandpa shoemaking) was accessible for her. She is great in this, does mostly bookbinding. I learnt using sewing machine, handling leather, sewing clothes, leather painting, etc from her. My sister is a potter. I learnt a lot from her about clay, glazes, glazing, firing. All in all, I had a great influence in my life by craftsman/women. Unfortunately my life don't give me enough time/possibilities for craftworks, if it gives any. No complains, just could enjoy more creativity..