February 2, 2021

Amy’s Trinket Shop… still growing

  • A pink robot stitch marker.

I opened Amy’s Trinket Shop in June of 2020. The endeavor continues to be a source of joy and excitement for me, and I love making trinkets, shopping for beads and charms to expand my designs and offerings, and exploring the fiber industry from this new angle! The support of friends, family, and fellow knitters all contribute to my enjoyment and success, and continue to make Amy’s Trinket Shop a labor of knitter-fueled love!

I sell direct through my Etsy shop, as well as through various consignment or wholesale relationships. For 2021, I look to keep growing as a small business, continue collaborating with other shops and businesses in the fiber industry, and continue producing more trinkets that bring smiles and joy to knitters in creative ways. More recently, I’ve been hard at work making a line of Valentine’s trinkets and have started working on themed designs for St. Patrick’s Day and Easter.

Please be sure to favorite Amy’s Trinket Shop for the latest updates and information on new products and designs. Custom orders are accepted and gift wrapping is available upon request. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

October 6, 2020

Trinkets for the holidays

Amy’s Trinket Shop is getting excited for the upcoming holiday season. New to the shop are Halloween trinkets, Winter holiday trinkets, and newly created min trins which are a smaller version of the original sized trinket. Please visit my Etsy shop to see the full selection available for purchase. I will be updating regularly with new products so “favorite” my shop to stay in the loop. Stay safe and happy crafting, A

June 14, 2020

Stitch markers to make you SMILE

  • Blue glass bead stitch markers on a silver pin.

My name is Amy. I have been knitting for about seven years now. For quite some time I have been wanting to get more involved in the knitting community. As a full-time mother of three and a full-time home care nurse I just didn’t have the time, or space, to learn how to become an indie dyer. I would love to say I am a good enough knitter to become a pattern designer but I think I would be kidding myself. While I love all things yarn, I have recently found that I love glass beads as well. Thus, Amy’s Trinket Shop was born.

All my trinkets are handmade right at my kitchen table. I am usually surrounded by my kids, husband and dogs, all who are clamoring to see what new thing I have created. I hope you enjoy my creations as much as I enjoy making them. Thank you in advance for your support.

PS – I’m having my first shop update coming soon.