The question, as currently posed, seems to me to be nonsensical.
First of all, there is no visible connection between what creates a tool, and what a tool can create. Studying the things a hammer can be used for tells us nothing significant about the nature of the machinery used to create the hammer.
But, even if we skip the extra step, and try to limit ourselves to the connection between a creator and the creation, we still run into a problem of modality: is the questioner asking if it is possible that a creation can understand the nature of its creator? If that is the question, then the answer is: sure, why not? We can imagine that that might be possible. On the other hand, if the question is: is it necessary that a creation be able to understand the nature of its creator, the answer is: of course not. Why would it be?
In neither case is there any real meat to the discussion, philosophically speaking.
It seems that the questioner is hoping to make an analogy to the existence of God, but in this case, the analogy does nothing to clarify the problem.