Around 1947 a knitting manual arrived at the dining room of the grandparents' house that the great-grandfather had bought in some charms. They set it up and started making wool sweaters and soon after socks. Later, in the 50s, costumes for all kinds of dolls arrived. After 60 years, there are still girls, now grandmothers, who talk about their weekly visit to the village market to find clothes for their favorite doll. With the markets, in the summer with tourists, we started to make flamenco dresses for dolls and little by little for girls. It would be in the seventies.