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Hello 2016! 2015 was great, but 2016 will be better. Why not explore the year in a new pair of shoes?!? Now through January 31st you can get a custom made pair of knitted shoes for $5 off with the code “HI2016”. AND I have also added new color combos that allow you to get your shoes dyed two colors instead of one! So many amazing things are happening, you better take advantage while you can.

Ready to explore 2016 in a new pair of shoes? I am!

As an avid knitter, I am always finding ways to add knitted things to my art. Many of you will remember my “Yarnbombed Postcards” from a few months back. Well, I have been busy making more and have finally added them to my shop. Maybe you want to travel to Washington DC? Or the Grand Canyon? Or Beautiful Florida? Well now you can, and get a nice giggle while you’re at it! They make great gifts, or keep them for yourself in a nice frame at home or in the office.

And also, I am constantly looking for more cards, so if there is a location you want to see, or if you have cards you want me to bomb, please contact me and I am sure we can make it work!

It’s been a while since I have made new things for the shop, but I have been keeping busy. And this coming month I will be relocating to a new apartment! As I prepare to move apartments I have decided that I need to clear out some inventory. What better way than to offer FREE THINGS!

• Using coupon code SBOshoes will get you a free $5 item (cards, markers, etc) with purchase of a pair of shoes
•Using coupon code SBOprints will get you a free $5 item (cards, markers,etc) with purchase of a fine art print (any size)
• Using coupon code SBObogo will get you a free item of equal value with purchase of a $5 item (cards, markers, etc).

Shipping fees still apply. Add items you wish to receive for free to cart and enter codes at checkout.

As an artist, I am constantly finding new ways to represent the knitted form in a creative way. Recently, I worked on a collaborative mural project and was lucky enough to have some great inspiration. Part of the mural was a cityscape and I decided it needed a “yarn bomb” behind it. Upon completion I realized that I could do the same thing on a smaller scale and hunted around for some vintage postcards to experiment with.

If you’re a knitter, or just like funky things, than these are for you. Vintage postcards that I have “Yarn Bombed” with various painted ropes and balls. The whole idea is that when you look at the cards, you see something is off, not right, or even just silly. Stratigically placing my painted motifs within the pre-defined landscape, the once old imagery begins to come to life.

Perfect as a humorous gift or to keep for yourself, you are sure to smile every time you look at these images.

Many of you know me from my Etsy Shop, “The Knitting Artist,” but did you know I also have designs on Ravelry?

I have been designing off and on for a few years now, and have several sock patterns, as well as multiple others on my Ravelry shop. The latest addition is “Midnight Surf,” a pair I designed when I decided to challenge myself to only make socks I design myself this year. The pair in particular utilizes a DK weight yarn with a flowing lace pattern. I chose this pattern because it reminded me of waves and the beach, and the blues in this yarn were perfect for an oceany themed design. Knit from the toe up with a standard gusset and triangle heel, these are a really quick and simple knit.

I hope that you enjoy knitting these socks as much as I did!

It’s been a while since I updated my Etsy shop, but I have been keeping very busy. Between making new paintings and trying to stay warm, I have also been creating new items that I am sure any knitter would enjoy.

First, I have some gorgeous silk scarves that are decorated with the same stitch motif you see on my shoes. I really enjoy drawing knit stitches and playing with color. These are 100% silk scarves and are decorated using standard sharpies. But don’t let that fool you — they are still an amazing accessory.

The second gift I have created is the “Knitter’s Notebook”. A hand-bound book with 24 lined pages, the front and back are decorated with my watercolor knit stitch motif, as seen on my greeting cards. This was a fun project to learn to do and I expect to add more to my shop very soon.

If you like these products but don’t see a color you like, I will take custom orders on either. Just send me a message.

Love to knit? Love showing off your passion for knitting to the world? Love cute and comfy shoes?

If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, this item is for you!

This past summer a friend of mine introduced me to the idea of making dyed canvas shoes. I decided I NEEDED a pair with knit stitches on it, since so much of my life revolves around knitting. These photos are of that pair, and let me say they are super comfy and have held up very well.

I have been wearing my special shoes to various knit themed events and everyone is always in awe of them. So much that I finally decided to offer them to other knitters like myself, completely custom made for you! You pick your size and color and I do the dying and drawing! The end result is something I know you will love wearing again and again!

Stay tuned because I plan to start making more items with knit stitches drawn on them – It’s so much fun!

A few years ago I dabbled a bit into making beaded stitch markers as a fundraiser for my local Relay For Life event. I had a huge stash of beads my Aunt had brought me back from France and I needed to use some of them up. I found myself searching the internet for the best way to make markers and thus “Hope Markers” were born.

I haven’t sold markers as a fundraiser for over a year now, and I was beginning to miss making them. I still had tons of beads and wire, so why not? I spent a few days over my holiday making the markers you will find in my shop. All are completely unique, made with nylon coated wire and beads from both France and here in the USA. They are snag free, in that they are held together with crimp beads and a drop of super glue.

Although I am not donating the proceeds to Relay For Life, I hope you will consider buying my markers as a personal donation to my artistic endeavors. As an artist, I explore knitting and the stitches within my work (Something you will see in my prints and cards also on my shop) and am currently in an unpaid internship where my main focus is to make art. All proceeds from my Etsy shop go to supporting myself during this time.

Thank you for taking the time to explore my shop.

Between now and December 13th I am having a Black Friday/Small Business Saturday sale. Use the code SBSAT to get 20% any item in my shop. This includes all of my knitting greeting cards as well as my fine art prints. Plus anything I may add between now and then! The perfect gift for any knitter, my cards are 100% homemade and acid free with a blank inside for any occasion!