Kristi's Profile

About

I taught myself to knit in 2007, during Christmas break in my first year of nursing school. Knitting became my "happy place" where I could forget all my fears and anxieties and create something comfy and cozy to share.

Now I am a nurse and I'm still knitting for all of the same reasons. As I have saturated my family and friends with my knitted gifts, it just made sense to turn to Etsy.

Everything I knit was created on the "cozy couch" with the help of warm quilt and a cup of tea. Once in a while you may see a quilt pop up in my shop. It takes me 6 months to a year to finish a quilt and I'm not always willing to part with it in the end.

I keep a small shop with only a few items on the "shelf", but each piece is made with care in the hope that someone will love it.

  • Female
  • Joined March 12, 2012

Favorite materials

washable wool, merino, hand dyed yarns, alpaca, anything warm and fuzzy

About

I taught myself to knit in 2007, during Christmas break in my first year of nursing school. Knitting became my "happy place" where I could forget all my fears and anxieties and create something comfy and cozy to share.

Now I am a nurse and I'm still knitting for all of the same reasons. As I have saturated my family and friends with my knitted gifts, it just made sense to turn to Etsy.

Everything I knit was created on the "cozy couch" with the help of warm quilt and a cup of tea. Once in a while you may see a quilt pop up in my shop. It takes me 6 months to a year to finish a quilt and I'm not always willing to part with it in the end.

I keep a small shop with only a few items on the "shelf", but each piece is made with care in the hope that someone will love it.

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