Enid turns love for crochet into a business

August 03, 2018
Shorn Hector/Photographer Enid Darby crochets a swimwear even as she displayed her goods at the Seville Emancipation Jubilee in St Ann earlier this week.

Five years ago, Enid Darby abandoned her sewing job and started crocheting.

She said that it has been something that she loves, and, as such, she decided to turn her hobby into a business.

"I make swimsuits, lingerie, and shorts. I just thought that it would be something different and people would like it," she said.

Working from home, Darby said that each piece of clothing takes about three days to construct.

This entrepreneur was among scores of exhibitors who travelled from Trelawny to Seville in St Ann for the Seville Emancipation Jubilee on Wednesday.

"It is my first time here and I came because a friend of mine told me about what is happening, and I came with her. I decided that this would be the perfect place to show people what I can do," she said.

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