I was interviewed a couple months ago for fashion blog Who What Wear. Take a look at the interview at the link below!
Friday, October 22, 2010
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
We are a part of the Artisan Gallery Team on Etsy which brings together talented handworkers from all over the world. The team is holding a wonderful blogging event called Blog it Forward: BEE up. For our contribution Martha made some beautiful fingerless gloves that look like honeycomb. She used two tones of yellow yarn to create the honeycomb effect. They're warm and comforting just like honey and yet have the structure required for running a hive, or going about day to day tasks.
Being an avid tea drinker honey plays a big part in my everyday life. Within each cup of delicious tea there resides at least a teaspoon of fantastic golden syrup.
Something about honey, over sugar or any other sweetener, adds a level of comfort to a cup of steaming tea.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
There will be stars in your eyes when you see the new item in our shop. Whether it's a belt, headband, chocker, or bracelet/cuff our trio of patriotic flowers are perfect for anyway you decide to spend this years July 4th. The silk chord measures 10 inches giving you room to wear this any way you choose. And incase 4th of July isn't for you, there is always Bastile Day (July 14th).
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Hello and welcome to Two Knit, a blog devoted to the knittings of two, Martha and Eve.
My grandmother, Martha, is from Aregentina where knitting and crochet were a big part of her upbringing and culture. In the early sixties she had a fashion show with her very own knitted designs. Later when she moved to the states she worked at a boutique in Beverly Hills where she created those juliet hats for Ali MacGraw. She was also commissioned by many stars to create one of a kind items such as sweaters, interior decor and dresses. In fact, she created many of the dresses Charo wore on her appearances in Vegas and the Merv Griffin Show.
I am a high school student who began to knit in the first grade at my school. A year or so ago Martha and I decided to open up a knitting shop on Etsy called Two Knit, because there are two of us and I love Shakespeare (it was originally Two Knit or Knot to Knit).
The picture at the beginning of this post is of my grandmother in Mar De Plata, Argentina with a group of her knitting friends.