As much as I would love to display all this in my own funky little shop for you to come browse around in with other awesome stuff, that's not a reality for now and I"ll keep dreaming on that. Here is where you can find everything I love creating. The past 3 years of living back in Montana has rekindled my passion for knitting, so a lot of what you'll find is that. Stay tuned for creations with other materials. It's an evolving shop to figure out the best way to do this and I welcome your feedback!
>> fabric masks
As long as I keep getting request for masks and I’m happy to continue sewing them! You can message me below (or text me if we're that friendly) to place an order.
one mask // $8
Dual layered with a wire on the top edge to fit around the bridge of your nose. I was able to track down some elastic (yay!) so the pleat on these is modified from my previous masks w/ties. I will still make the fabric tie version upon request.
Orders sewn on Wednesday + Saturday mornings. Have an assortment of fabric that's always changing so contact me for what's current. Kid sizes are also available.
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—> Local porch pick up in Pleasantview or shipped USPS // $3.50 for 1-2, $5 for 3+
>> patterns by sarah christine design
Do you have your own crafty inclinations?? Here's some of my own designs written up for you to make with your own favorite yarn! You can contact me below about purchasing a pattern or head over to my ravelry store for an automatic download.
birch hat // $3
This pattern gets its name from Birch Island on Chilkat Lake, not far from where I grew up in Alaska. I love the hint of tall birch trees in the long ribbing in the brim of this hat.
I’m all about doing a project that knits up quickly and is easy to follow. This is the perfect weekend project, or if you knit like me, to take along to your kids sports practices.
You can knit up two of these beauties from one skein of madeline tosh dk twist yarn.
chilkat fingerless mitts // $3
These cozy mitts are just right for any fall activity from early morning runs to late night football games -- maybe even some bald eagle viewing along the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, where its name comes from.
tsirku cowl // $4
This colorwork cowl is an allusion to the channels of the Tsirku River, which was involved in the route of getting to the lake cabin of my childhood. If my dad didn't navigate which part of the river to steer the boat we would sometimes end up stranded on a sandbar! This will keep you cozy for a ride on the river or add a touch of fun to a coffee date with your friends.
>> knit with love
Stay cozy with hand knit accessories. All items are made with hand-dyed 100% merino wool (ethically sourced from Peru and dyed in Fort Worth, TX) and for the most part are one of a kind.
Contact me below for current product availability/to purchase as I'm knitting quickly to update my collection.
Custom orders accepted as materials and time allow.