Ethical knits and bone jewelry for magical folk.

Portland, Oregon

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Flee to the Forest

Inspired by the darkness in the forest, the grey of winter, the fog in the hills.

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  • The Grey Witch

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    Living in the swamps of Oregon with my animal children, spending my time studying, knitting, and making jewelry

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Last updated on April 30, 2022

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Returns and exchanges
If an article of clothing does not fit you you may return it. if you do wish to return your ill fitting garment then I ask that you notify me within a week upon receiving the item. buyer will pay for return shipping.
I only ship to the U.S...HOWEVER if you are from another country and would like to purchase and item, feel free to message me and we can work out the shipping costs together.
You may purchase insurance for you package if you would like. Just message me and I will add it on to your bill.
Greywitchknits is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Additional policies and FAQs
I mostly use scraps and recycled materials or whatever yarn is on sale, so most everything is one of a kind.
** all animal products are from animals who either died naturally, were roadkill, were hunted or killed solely for the purpose of feeding a family, or is vintage/scrap and used so nothing goes to waste.**
sorry to people with severe pet allergies, I live with two cats and a dog . I do my best to keep my pets away from my yarn and I will pick out any and every pet hair I find. In addition to hyper vigilance I wash all my finished products with Eucalan wool wash.
*due to the nature hand knit items and yarn choices, not all stitches will be perfect. I'm a knitter Jim, not a machine.*