Knitting can be a difficult hobby, since it involves hand coordination, dexterity, and a tendency for pattern observation. Additionally, the type of yarn and needles used are important aspects to consider when starting the process of knitting. If one uses a specific type of yarn that is unfit for the needles, it will be difficult to progress in knitting and the craft will more prone to mistakes. In comparison, sewing also involves hand coordination, but this mechanism changes when implementing a sewing machine; the stitches will vary, depending on pattern and material used in crafts. I was inspired to learn these two hobbies by my grandma, who was quite experienced and encouraged me to learn both skills. She unfortunately passed, and so I wanted to honor her by continuing this tradition. In my project, I aim to learn and apply both sewing and knitting techniques without any prior knowledge. My focus is also aimed towards the type of material used, and if there are any differences between crafts which use normal yarn and those using eco-yarn. In the beginning, I wanted to focus primarily on eco-friendly materials, like bamboo knitting needles, eco yarn, and thrifted clothing material. As my projects have progressed, I have also decided to incorporate non-eco yarn, to observe the similarities and differences between different yarn types, and to see which one is more fit.