WOOLN is embracing the handmade look with items knit by grandmas.
The “knit by grandma” thing seems a little gimmicky (do they really only accept female knitters? With grandbabies? Doesn’t look like it.) but the designs are lovely and cozy. Plus, their wools are lush – alpaca + cashmere, yes please.
The price point is high, but hopefully that means they’re paying the grannies a good wage. And I’m really into the slow-fashion aspect of it. A beanie as an investment piece!
I was happy to be a beta knitter for the new Woolly Wormhead Hat collection. The Perceptions Hats are all stranded colourwork (hello, my fave), and each has a beautiful crown. I mean – look at them! I choose Number Three, which turned out to be Hermes: “the Greek god of travel who bridged the […]
Blog Amigurumi Crochet Knitting Finished Objects Techniques About me – Select -BlogAmigurumiCrochetKnittingFinished ObjectsTechniquesAbout me Sew a simple face mask (comfy enough to wear every day!) August 30, 2020 Uncategorized In the last six months, I’ve sewed a whole bunch of face masks. Most face masks fit well, but none were perfect. We picked up a […]