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Cison Neck Warmer

Another versatile neck warmer that you can shape in many ways by simply sliding the three wood buttons anywhere through the open lace edge. Knitted with a 100% extrafine Merino wool yarn in a beautiful walnut color. It makes a very warm and soft accessory for the Winter, and a perfect gift for a loved one!

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Mantova Neck Warmer

Another neck warmer on the shelves. For this piece I choose a special yarn (60% Merino Wool, 20% Alpaca and 20% Silk) from the Mirasol Yarn Collection, Peru. The Mirasol Project supports local communities in Peru through the sales of the Mirasol Yarn Collection. Peru's heritage and culture of textile artistry is rich and ancient. The Mirasol Yarn Collection includes yarns made from the animals bred by these communities for generations in the Peruvian highlands. 

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Ravenna Chunky Scarf

Get cozy with this over-sized, incredibly soft, chunky infinity scarf is perfect for keeping you warm and stylish all Winter. I knitted this scarf using a 100% Blue Face Leicester wool in an open lace pattern. This stitch creates a visible texture and a wonderful drape. The scarf can be worn open and long, or wrapped twice around the neck for extra warmth. 

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Holiday Shopping

My online store is opening soon for the Holiday shopping!

Consider handmade this year. Something unique and meaningful.

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Rocca Infinity scarf

Light weight, soft and very warm. Knitted using a blend of 70% Mohair and 30% Silk yarn. This infinity scarf can add a sophisticate touch to a casual look or complement an already elegant and classic one. 

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Bassano Neck Warmer

This piece was knitted in two days, I just couldn't put it down. I just love the warm and soft feeling that only a 100% merino wool can give you. The perfect finishing touch to complement this natural hand-dyed yarn are the three handmade wooden buttons, that allow you to shape it in many ways. 

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Local and Natural

If you like to shop at farmers markets, you probably have a pretty good sense of what and who is behind the food you are purchasing. You are aware of the importance of local, natural and organic food and the positive impact it has on your health. But how many of us know much about the fabrics we wear everyday or the people involved in the making? Fiber is a significant but sometimes overlooked product of agriculture in America.

The US imports about 95% of our clothing from overseas, the majority of which is manufactured in China, where human rights abuses are very common. The most commonly used fibers are polyester and nylon, which are derived from petroleum and processed and dyed using synthetic, often toxic chemicals, such as copper, nickel, and cobalt. Unfortunately, a very small percentage of people is aware of this and an even smaller percentage of people seem to care. 

This is why I shop local and natural. Every skein of yarn I purchase and every scarf I knit tell a story that I’m proud of, that I connect with and that I feel is ethical. 

Cloud soft ~ Asolo Neck Warmer

Here is the first of my creations that is officially going up for sale! I love the versatility of this piece. This project was just as fun to knit as it is to wear. I used a hand dyed yarn from Nova Scotia, Canada. 50% Merino wool, 50% Blue Faced Leicester wool. When I first finished knitting this piece I thought I was going to sew the edges and turn it into an infinity scarf. Luckly that day I decided to wait on it and went visit the yarn store in my neighborhood. I immediately laid my eyes on a basket full of handmade brooches. I fell in love with one in particular, a wavy round wood brooch. That was it! The perfect finishing touch for my Asolo neck warmer.   

Named after the wonderful city of Asolo, Italy, the town where I was born. 

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Behind the yarn

Choosing the pattern and the yarn for my next project is as exciting as seeing it completed. I love touching and browsing all the different types of fiber. When I first started knitting, I chose my yarn based on color and texture. Pretty colors and yarn soft enough I could wear on my skin. Simple as that. My yarn selection was hurried and very superficial. My love for nature and curiosity pushed me to look behind the label of each skein and I soon realized I just couldn't fully appreciate my yarn if I didn't learn more about it. There is a whole world behind colors and textures and a story behing every "ball of yarn".



The calming waves of fiber

In a society where we are running late the moment we wake up, we need an app to tell us how we feel, where most of the time technology replaces our brain and machines our hands, we are slowly detaching from ourselves.

I say let's start relying on our own forces to get things done for a change, giving room to our creativity and emotions to come out. Mother Nature has been giving us all the tools. We are just too lazy or distracted to use them.

When I grab my needles and start waving yarn into every stitch of my work, my clock slows down, leaving all the negative thoughts out. Stitch after stitch I unwind and start reconnecting with myself.