Wendy enjoys making things from a young age. Her hands are often occupied with various crafts including origami, paper clay, cross-stitch, lace shuttle tatting, etc. She fumbles with knitting needles and crochet hooks, and finds patchwork most challenging. She is most enthusiastic about bead weaving and has been practicing the needle craft for more than 15 years.
Being presented with a gift made by one’s hands is precious to her. It is not the value of the tangible item she sees, but the thoughtfulness and creative energy put into the creation. Inspired by what she sees and feels in Taiwan where she frequents, Wendy hopes to spread similar happy sentiments through her handmade crafts.
Diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome and slipped disc in May 2015, Wendy took a break off full-time work but continues to create with her two hands. It’s her way of showing she’s not defeated by the painful condition. These days, she crafts at a much slower pace and enjoys every moment of the process.