MarketStreetCrochet

Market Street Crochet

Maryland, United States · 102 Sales

MarketStreetCrochet

Market Street Crochet

Maryland, United States 102 Sales On Etsy since 2010

0 out of 5 stars
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Announcement   TRUNK SHOW! Visit me at The Muse in historic downtown Frederick, MD on February 21, 1-4 p.m.

I love taking something so small like a ball of yarn and transforming it into something functional that provides warmth and protection. Isn't it so cool?

To read more about me or Market Street Crochet, visit my blog: www.marketstreetcrochet.com

Follow me for updates and sale information:
Twitter | @marketstcrochet
Instagram | @marketstreetcrochet
email | liz [!at] marketstreetcrochet.com

Announcement

TRUNK SHOW! Visit me at The Muse in historic downtown Frederick, MD on February 21, 1-4 p.m.

I love taking something so small like a ball of yarn and transforming it into something functional that provides warmth and protection. Isn't it so cool?

To read more about me or Market Street Crochet, visit my blog: www.marketstreetcrochet.com

Follow me for updates and sale information:
Twitter | @marketstcrochet
Instagram | @marketstreetcrochet
email | liz [!at] marketstreetcrochet.com

Liz Matheny

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Liz Matheny

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freckleandbonee

freckleandbonee on Mar 6, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

I love my wildwood beanie, it's so soft & cozy! Perfect for winter, I've received so many compliments while around town running errands. Exactly as picture, and the packaging was adorable. I would definitely purchase from this shop again. Thank you!

Anonymous on May 28, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Lovely little hat and a great seller. Thanks!

Anonymous on Apr 5, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

The grandkids are fighting over this!

Anonymous on Apr 5, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Lovey - very pretty and the workmanship excellent.

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About

handcrafted crochet wear brought to you by Appalachia and my two hands

Market Street Crochet: handcrafted knitwear brought to you by Appalachia and my two hands!

I grew up in a tiny town settled on Antietam National Battlefield in western Maryland. I spent most of my summers hanging out with my grandmother learning how to make all sorts of things from scratch. I learned how to make noodles and how to can tomatoes. I learned how to make jam and wine and all the things that 9-year-olds aren't usually interested in. I liked the process and the satisfaction of making things with my own hands. What I found most interesting, though, was that my grandmother often gave away the goods that we made. We delivered those jars of jam to neighbors or elderly folks who couldn't get out of the house just to brighten their day. I liked that what I made could be considered a gift. I liked the pride I felt passing my work on to another person.

When my grandmother taught me to crochet, I remember working really hard to get my first row of single stitches just right. Just when I thought I was doing it, I realized I accidentally made a circle which then turned into a little basket. Instead of getting frustrated at not having a nice straight line of stitches, I just went with it. I liked the basket. I liked that I just let the yarn do its thing and it ended up being something sort of cool (to my 10-year-old self) and functional. I mean, who can't use another basket?

Not much has changed. I still like letting the yarn and the stitches do their thing just to see the finished product. I love taking something so small like a ball of yarn and transforming it into something functional that provides warmth and protection. Isn't it so cool?

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  • Liz

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Crochet Artist

    Modern crochet is not just fiber art or the creation of a new textile. To me, modern crochet is a lifestyle that reflects imagination, creativity, simplicity, and familiarity. Every piece reminds me of home.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 28, 2012
Hi!

I'm so glad you're stopping by Donna's Decembers. I hope you find all the necessary information here to feel comfortable placing your order. If you have any questions you can:

email me: donnasdecembers [!at] gmail.com
tweet me: @donnasdecembers

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
At this time I only accept Paypal payments. Paypal accepts all major credit cards and is extremely safe and reliable.

Payment is due within 24 hours of placed order, otherwise the order will be cancelled.
Shipping
I make my best efforts to ship each order within 72 hours of received payment.

I ship USPS Priority Mail for all orders. This usually means 2-4 business days for US orders and 7-14 days for international orders.

If you would like to make an order with delivery insurance, please send me a message before you place your order so I can adjust the shipping costs for you!
Refunds and Exchanges
I do not offer refunds for any reason.