Today she considers her creations as pieces of art, not as hats. Exploring for new textures and finding tools in a hardware stores, she then knows what she will create. There is no previous drawing. Every detail, every evolution while creating is born from her head and is interpreted by her hands. There, she says, is her gift: "It comes out. I need to have the material in hand." And she never ends up doing what she first imagined. It is like an experiment and is carried away by what is happening. What's more, you no longer believe in mistakes while you work: if you think you made a mistake, then you realize that this will lead to something different. Of the 70 hats she made so far, she only left two unfinished.