I find patterns through on-line knitting communities, as well as good friends who are willing to share their library of magazines and projects. I'm not sure how sly my Uncle Joe was when he snapped this picture,. My favorite items to knit are either something for my grandchildren or something I enjoy wearing myself.
One is a sweater made from a kit I bought while traveling in England.
I haven't gifted it yet so it is just waiting for the next special baby in my life. I wear it often! An adorable bonnet created with especially soft yarn for a little one. Q: Do you have other artistic outlets or items you create? Any future plans for creating? I enjoy decorating my house and making it an eclectic and welcoming space. I expect I will always redecorate the places I live, even when I'm in the nursing home! Who knew that dream would come true!
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Lovely patterns and designs offer a unique touch to any wardrobe. Q: Please offer your thoughts about the benefits of a knitting group and of knitting as an art form. Knitting with friends or as part of a group magnifies the enjoyment. Visiting with other knitters, sharing patterns, getting help often! Knitting is also a great solo activity. Its easily transportable for traveling.
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I often find my mind wandering while I knit. Our appreciation for Teresa's support and 'artist's eye' can't be overstated! As we have developed our displays and the overall feel of the space, Teresa has been a trusted consultant and dedicated partner in the process. She is unafraid to get her hands dirty, to climb a tall ladder or give an opinion when needed.
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She's helped in countless ways, whether it's covering the Shoppe for a few hours or days, unpacking and displaying inventory, painting the bathroom! She has been a tireless supporter of our business and is an integral part of it far beyond sharing her hand-knitted wares. I am incredibly grateful for her support and her willingness to be everything a beloved aunt encompasses. It's been a joy to spend time together and to celebrate our family's shared love and passion for the arts.
Thank you, Aunt Teresa for sharing your artist's story and your talents! Artist Story: Aunt Teresa Knits. We offer options with our knit baby blankets, knit caps, and knit baby sweaters. You can choose your own colors from the acrylic yarn chart and the sweaters come in sizes new born thru 24 months. She loved to write poems and this is one of my favorites. I knitted this Memory Blanket as a presentation to give to my Dad at my mother's Celebration of Life. The poem is so fitting for this occasion. All monies from the sale of this blanket will go to buying supplies for The Little Knitters Program.
My mother loved to wear all the slippers knit by various Little Knitters through the years.
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This blanket has the maximum space allowed, but smaller 1 verse lap blankets can be ordered for less cost dependant upon size. The blanket on the right has another favorite poem memories in nature , that is perfect for those who have lost a loved one. These socks are jacquard knit — no yarn floats for those goodies to get tangled in! Enter our Store and look in the Personalized category for your choices.
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All special orders take weeks dependant upon our backlog — so order early. All we need is the picture of your logo and we can handloom a knit blanket, sweater, cap, or more with your personal logo just for you! The image or the knit logo blanket at the right was hand loomed for the Shasta Region Porsche Club a division of the Porsche Club of America. Classic Car clubs are welcome to submit their request for their own knit logo product. Remember only a person authorized to order the copyright logo can place an order for a personalized knit product.
All our products are hand loomed with pride using high quality acrylic yarn for easy care and economical price. Double Jacquard knit for stability and warmth. We knit superfine merino wool by special request. Of course, prices vary dependant upon fiber, and wool is not available in all colors! If you have other desires: logo caps, scarves , etc. Merino Wool Car Club Scarf in photo to the right makes a great gift honoring officers at special club presentations.. All logo designs must be submitted by someone authorized to order copyright logos.
All logo designs will be submitted to the purchaser with a computer proof for approval before the product is knit. Dependant upon the complexity of the design, there may be a design fee which is refunded upon an order for the hand loomed knit product.
These make great gifts for your special employees or items for your club store! The special request for this personalized blanket and visor cap designed by Sharon Nani, came from Chantal, a mother of a boy scout in The Order of the Arrow, with particular interest in the Leni Lenape, or Delaware People. Chantal said ""White Hawk In Battle" is the name Gavin has chosen to distinguish himself within tribal ceremonies during Scouting events. White Hawk in Battle blanket is inspired from a Woodlands Indian design.
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Read more about this blanket in the product description in our On line shopping catalog. Read more about the mission of the Order of the Arrow at its main web site. Another client who ordered this blanket in a smaller wall hanging version kindly contributed this LaKota Sioux information about the White Hawk:.
Gawain was a knight of King Arthur's Round Table. The Native Americans know the hawk to be a messenger, and protector.