Announcement If anyone saw the project bags at the Columbia Gorge Fiber Festival, feel free to send me a message about a custom order! We will have a few bags left from the weekend, but other fabrics are available as well.
If anyone saw the project bags at the Columbia Gorge Fiber Festival, feel free to send me a message about a custom order! We will have a few bags left from the weekend, but other fabrics are available as well.
Some things knitted... some things not...
My grandmother first taught me to knit when I was a teenager. 15 years later, I rummaged through boxes until I found that original scarf I started all those years ago and finished it during the cold winter days. From that moment, a love of knitting was formed. I haven't stopped knitting since.
Along the way, I've learned new things, fallen in love with new yarns, and heard about strange new tools. That's where my dad comes in...
As I expanded my yarn purchases to include beautiful hanks, I needed a way to wind the yarn into useable yarn balls. My dad made my first swift and nostepinne out of reclaimed walnut in 2012.
The result was beautiful and we've expanded our store to sell online in 2013.
I've been knitting for over 10 years and started spinning in 2015. I've loved the journey. I'm excited to share these fabulous tools with you!
P. E. Denny
Paul lovingly crafts his wood items using native and recycled woods such as red cedar, walnut, and oak. His goal is to make every piece into beautiful, heirloom-quality tools to assist knitters and crocheters.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards