It was the intricacy of it all that first attracted Ramona to embroidery. Ever since she saw a documentary about the Sistine Chapel's restoration, she'd been fascinated by the amount creativity that could be packed into such a small space. And after one glance at her teeny-tiny, delicately stitched treasures, we're the impressed ones. A long-time knitter, Ramona realized that creating jewelry could be a great way to express her ever-growing affection for fiber art––plus, it'd be an intriguing challenge. A challenge, it's worth noting, that she's most definitely overcome.