In Siirt, housewife Demet Sabır turned the toy art of amigurumi into a bread door by using knitting crochet and tight needle technique, which she started as a hobby. Having turned a part of his house into a workshop, Sabır started selling his products on the internet.
SİİRT (İGFA) – Demet Sabır, who turned the room of his house into a workshop in Siirt, turned the art of amigurumi, which he started as a hobby, into a bread door. Demet Sabır, a housewife from Siirt, who offers her products for sale on the internet with “amigurumi”, a toy art using knitting crochet and tight needle technique, is now working hard to keep up with orders.
Sabır explains that she always prefers organic threads in her knits. Stating that he uses antipyretic ropes especially for premature babies, “You know Amigurumi is indispensable for our mothers, sleeping friends, playmates. There are many varieties of amigurumi in my production. “I make knits in desired sizes and with the desired purpose on the demands of the mothers.” Baby clothes, overalls, blankets, tiny vests for our premature babies, tiny booties, explaining that it was a little difficult to find clothes for them, Sabır said, “I started with a few ropes before my hobby room, and then raised it. I have a huge hobby room right now, full of ropes and materials. I love to knit whatever I want and have my threads at hand. I continue to produce in this way. ”
On the other hand, Demet Sabır stated that she has been working hard to keep up with the orders and said that she delivered within one week at the latest after the order.