arTyerell

Luxury hand knit accessories for the whole family.

Spokane Valley, Washington | 16 Sales

arTyerell

Luxury hand knit accessories for the whole family.

Spokane Valley, Washington 16 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Tyerell Klemetsen

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Tyerell Klemetsen

Announcement    Winter is upon us! I have a great selection of hand knit accessories for the whole family; hats, cowls and scarves. All of my hand knit items are made from yarns that I would wear myself or be happy to give to a loved one. I love working with luxury, natural fibers that are sure to keep you warm. I have added a 'Home' section for hand knit items to use in your house. More items added weekly!

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Last updated on Dec 15, 2016

Winter is upon us! I have a great selection of hand knit accessories for the whole family; hats, cowls and scarves. All of my hand knit items are made from yarns that I would wear myself or be happy to give to a loved one. I love working with luxury, natural fibers that are sure to keep you warm. I have added a 'Home' section for hand knit items to use in your house. More items added weekly!

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Mouth watering, colorful, hand knit accessories created from luxury yarns for the whole family.

I have been interested in arts and crafts for as long as I can remember. My mom has always had something creative going on and she made sure us kids were a part of it, giving our creativity room to grow. Growing up in such an environment I found I was only limited by my imagination. I have tried nearly everything at least once! I can sew, quilt, knit, embroider, and paint (water, acrylic, latex and oil).

Knitting is one of my favorite hobbies and art forms. I have a hard time sitting and doing nothing so when I am watching TV with my wife I have to be doing something to keep myself busy, so I knit! I love to work with luxury fibers like, silk, angora, cashmere, kid mohair and alpaca. I also love to play with color combinations and bright vivid colors to add that pop to a wardrobe.

My two favorite yarn designers are Noro and Madelinetosh. Both of them use colors that are amazing! Noro is known for striping together colors that create a magical ombre when you knit them up and it is just stupendous! Madelinetosh hand dyes their yarns in small batches. The colors are bright and vibrant and the yarns are amazing to knit with! If you are a knitter and you haven't checked out either of these yarn makers, you owe it to yourself to try them! Many of my projects are knit from these two designers so check out a few of the products I love.

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Last updated on Apr 4, 2016
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

I welcome the opportunity to work with you to create that perfect hand knit item for you or your loved one to enjoy. If you love a design but want a different color or yarn fiber choice, convo me and we will see what we can do!

Gift wrapping and packaging

Check out my shops 'About' section for an example of how I package my items for shipment. Feel free to convo me if you have a special request!

Sizing details

Due to the hand made nature of my products some variation in sizing is to be expected. The measurements provided in my 'Item Description' are taken from the product when it is laying flat. If you would like other measurements convo me and I would be happy to help you.

Care instructions

I recommend hand washing only when the item is visibly soiled. Use a very gentle soap, I use Soak. It does not need to be rinsed, is very mild & has great scents.

A few tips:

Small dab of soap in a sink of cool to lukewarm water (too hot & color bleeding or felting can occur)
Drop the item in the sink and gently squeeze it to get it saturated with water
Do not rub it together or agitate vigorously
Allow to soak for a few minutes
Drain & fill with the same temperature to rinse if using a soap that requires rinsing (repeat as needed to get the soap out)
Rapid temperature changes can cause felting
Press (do not wring) excess water out
Lay flat on a towel & pat dry
Reshape on dry towel & allow to air dry on flat surface