Introducing the Hand

Lindsay LewchukAnnouncements, Fiber Focus, Pattern Related Leave a Comment

Perhaps you’ve notice a slight alteration to the Knit Eco Chic logo on some sites.

shop girl screen shot
“But I’m in the middle of a project that needs… tweaking.”
“Joe Fox: Tweaking? A project that needs “tweaking”?
Kathleen Kelly: Yes.
Joe Fox: T-w-e-a-k-i-n-g.
Kathleen Kelly: -i-n-g. That’s what he said.”
You’ve Got Mail movie (1998)

After much thought and analysis of the fibers I use and my philosophical principles of eco fibers, I’m proud to introduce “The Hand” to the Knit Eco Chic logo.

large hands holding yarn

The hand represents the eco issues of socially responsible yarn as well as hand dyed yarn. I’ve been drawn to the positive eco issues of socially responsible yarn since inception, such as those seen in Americo Originals, Mirasol, and Blue Sky Alpacas. By looking over my pattern catalogue and recent releases, I realized that hand dyed yarn is of growing importance to me. Beautifully hand dyed yarns like that from The Unique Sheep and Three Irish Girls combines the best of eco fibers with artistic-eye and care of the hand dyers.

New Knit Eco Chic logo with the hand

To celebrate introduction of the hand, I’m offering a BOGO special on all Ravelry purchases of patterns featuring socially responsible and/ or hand dyed yarns until midnight October 16th, 2015 (EST) – no coupon needed, applies automatically!

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