Nov 7, 2011

new to the shop just in time for the holidays!

just in time for the holiday season i've added a few more finished knits to the Minimalist Knits Shop!

from top: Holiday Sparkle Casey Cowl  **  Mustard Scarf  ** Veronica Scarf in Granite  **  Veronica Scarf in Wheat

i've been knitting up a storm the last few days and weeks, and i'm super excited about these newest offerings to the shop! Jane Richmond gave me permission to list finished versions of her Mustard Scarf in the shop which feels like a huge coup! i love her patterns, and the Mustard Scarf has been a favorite knit for several years now.

the  Casey Cowl has gotten a make-over with some holiday-friendly sparkly yarn, which i just love! i'll be adding a few more Holiday Sparkle items to the shop in the next week, which will only be available for purchase until December 10th - pick one up super fast if you want something sparkly for Christmas and New Year's Eve!

and my new favorite cowl - the Veronica Cowl - also got listed last night. I love the bulky yarn and how it works up light and slouchy thanks to some super fancy tricks i have up my sleeve. i love this cowl so much i may just have to whip one up for every single lady i know for the holidays! and thanks to a local shop offering the bulky yarn i love in a cool dozen colors (with more hopefully on the way) you could wear this in just about any color you'd like!

i love how the shop finally feels like it's coming together nicely - i'm offering items i love to knit, from patterns that folks have loved for some time now. in the coming weeks i hope to have a few more items for sale, hitting the last of the holiday shoppers in the nick of time!


  1. Yes! Your hair looks great.

    I love these cowls.

    I hopped over to your etsy shop to see more pics of the mustard. There are a few sentences in your descriptions that relate to the sleep sack.

    Wish I'd been knitting when I had babies. Those sleep sacks must be awesome!

  2. love your new do! also your product presentation is much nicer with you wearing black, white or grey. there is more focus on the item itself. rather than background. well done!