Christine Boos Knudsen's Profile

About

Click here to visit our shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/knoodleknits

My Knoodle Knits was founded by Christine, a high school art teacher, and Janet, a retired business teacher in 2009.

After the birth of Christine's son, the mother/daughter team started knitting various baby items. Friends and family soon expressed an interest in their knit designs, so they decided to start selling their products online.

Knoodle Knits was launched on Hyena Cart in the Fall of 2009 with a line of unique baby hats. The popularity of their baby hats led to requests for hats for children and adults.

In the Spring of 2010 Knoodle Knits expanded their product line to include knit longies and shorties from their own unique pattern…

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  • Female
  • Joined July 13, 2010

Favorite materials

wool yarn, acrylic yarn, cotton yarn, ribbon, burlap

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knoodleknits
Baby Hats, Newborn Hats, Infant Hats,...

About

Click here to visit our shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/knoodleknits

My Knoodle Knits was founded by Christine, a high school art teacher, and Janet, a retired business teacher in 2009.

After the birth of Christine's son, the mother/daughter team started knitting various baby items. Friends and family soon expressed an interest in their knit designs, so they decided to start selling their products online.

Knoodle Knits was launched on Hyena Cart in the Fall of 2009 with a line of unique baby hats. The popularity of their baby hats led to requests for hats for children and adults.

In the Spring of 2010 Knoodle Knits expanded their product line to include knit longies and shorties from their own unique pattern.

During the Summer of 2011, Christine taught herself how to crochet. Knoodle Knits then expanded again to include a variety of new hat styles, several of which were designed by Christine.

Knoodle Knits is a licensed seller of several patterns, including the Adorabubble Britches pattern, The Julibeans Soaker & Skirtie pattern, the Comfort Wool Springtime in Hollis Sweater, Andalusia Sweater, Jungle Gym Romper, and The Rhino Knits Rhino Romper pattern. Additional patterns and garment designs are added to the shop licensing list on a regular basis.

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http://www.knoodleknits.info

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