artohline

Recycled yarn and knitting patterns

Illinois, United States · 17 Sales

artohline

Recycled yarn and knitting patterns

Illinois, United States 17 Sales On Etsy since 2008

0 out of 5 stars
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Shop owner

Abby

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Note from shop owner I have shut down my shop for the time being.

If you are interested in my patterns, they are all still available here:
http://www.ravelry.com/designers/abby-tohline

I am not currently selling handmade knitwear since I am focusing on teaching and getting my knitting Masters certification through the TKGA.

Thanks, Abby

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Sep 13, 2013

I have shut down my shop for the time being.

If you are interested in my patterns, they are all still available here:
http://www.ravelry.com/designers/abby-tohline

I am not currently selling handmade knitwear since I am focusing on teaching and getting my knitting Masters certification through the TKGA.

Thanks, Abby

Abby

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Abby

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Anonymous on Dec 8, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

Abby was a great seller from start to finish! She contacted me minutes after I placed my order, and recognized that I was ordering the mittens as a gift, offering to remove packing slips and adding a nice gift message. And of course, the mittens were AMAZING, recipient was thrilled to get them. Thanks again for the great experience!

Anonymous on Dec 4, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

This is a wonderful cowl. I really like the open pattern and the gorgeous colors. it goes with many outfits. It's light yet warm at the same time. It came so quickly. Thanks so much.

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 9, 2011
Welcome!

I try to live responsibly and be good to the environment, part of which includes recycling yarn and shipping orders in recycled packaging when possible. (If you would like your shipment in new packaging, let me know in the message to seller section of your checkout.)

When recycling yarn, I find high quality sweaters at thrift shops, rescue them, carefully unravel them, divide them into skeins, wash them, and allow them to air dry. Using recycled yarn is a great way to be good to the environment as well as to knit with fine fibers at a much lower price than new yarns cost. Because of breakage and the fact that it comes from a previously knit sweater, my skeins will not all be even amounts. This is in order to try to give you the longest continuous strand possible.

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I also offer some of my patterns for sale here and some for free at www.artohline.wordpress.com.

I expect the best from myself and I pass that quality on to you. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me immediately and I will be happy to work them out with you.

I absolutely love what I do and I hope you love making them, too!

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
At this time, I accept only Paypal as payment. If that is impossible for you, contact me and we can try to work something out.
Shipping
I ship all of my items via standard shipping within 2 business days of purchase, usually sooner.
If you would like expedited shipping, message me and I'll give you a price quote.

Purchases of single items will be enclosed in a plastic ziploc bag in order to assure they stay safe in the mail, then placed them in a shipping envelope.
Purchases of multiple items will be shipped in a recycled box with each item individually bagged to ensure they are safe and unsoiled in the mail.
All items also are tied up with a bow and come with a card detailing how to care for the item. Examples of what this looks like can be found under the listing of most items in my shop.
Refunds and Exchanges
Any item can be returned or exchanged if you are unsatisfied with your purchase, though you are responsible for the price of shipping it back to me. If you have any problem with any of my items, do not hesitate to contact me and I will do whatever I can to fix the problem with you.