Michelle revealed that she had knitted the pair halterneck tops “that they love,” as well as a crew neck sweater for her husband.
“I am not working at the pace I was working, and I have the freedom to do the things I want – I am knitting now!” she told Gayle King on CBS This Morning.
Former first lady @MichelleObama is revealing to @GayleKing what's next in her fight to give all families access to healthy food — with the help of two adorable puppets in her new @Netflix show, #WafflesAndMochi.
Her goal is to provide 1 million meals to families across America. pic.twitter.com/siqcHY1yC6
— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) May 10, 2021
“I like creating something out of nowhere,” she shared, joking: “It’s not old lady, I don’t want you to come for my knitting community!”
Malia, 22, and Sasha, 19, are both studying at university – although they returned home during the pandemic to attend class remotely.
Malia is a senior at Harvard, and Sasha is a sophomore at the University of Michigan.
The Obamas left the White House in 2017
In a recent interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Michelle revealed that her husband finds having their daughters back home a “delight” whereas she is ready to “kick them out the door” again.
Michelle and Barack left the White House in January 2017 when Donald Trump won the 2016 election.