167marina, Russia
  • country Russia
  • Member since Joined 11th Jan., 2016
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About Marina...

Hi! My name is Marina. I live in a small town in Central Russia. I love history, traveling, knitting. I like all postcards, because each of them interesting and beautiful, each with its own history of creation.
I love to receive postcards in envelope (you can put various small things in them - threads, coins, a tea bag with tea, a piece of fabric, a button)))!).
And if you do so, I will be happy!

I have an unusual hobby. I collect all sorts of knitted things from different countries. I also collect threads of yarn. I already have more than 500 samples of different types in my collection (I knit different things from it).I collect a collection of socks knitted from yarn using a hook and needles by hand. She's the only one in the world!!! It has more than 300 socks from different countries and regions of Russia. These socks are different sizes - the largest is 1 meter, and the smallest is 3 centimeters. If you would like to send me socks and threads of yarn for the collection I will be very happy about it. In return, I send everyone souvenirs and photos of your socks among other socks from different countries, diploma and presentation about your socks in the collection.

My current project is to collect 10 kilometers of thread (such is the length of roads in my city) and knit an art object from threads from different countries. So if you have yarn threads (and any threads in general) that you don't need, then send them - I really, really need them.

And I also collect buttons - different, interesting, old and new, unusual and traditional, which would tell about your country. Now I am conducting an interesting art project "Buttons" and together with my friends I am creating an unusual art object from these buttons.

Here is my e-mail: fototgu@yandex.ru.

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