maine knits

Friend, so many of you have helped MAINE Knits!  We're almost there...

One last push will get us to our goal, making it possible to publish this book of knitting designs by Carrie Bostick HogeAlicia PlummerBristol IvyCecily Glowik McdonaldMary Jane MucklestoneElizabeth SmithLeah B. ThibaultKristen TenDykeLeila Raabe and myself.  With a foreword written by Pam Allen of Quince & Co.

If you feel like you can help spread the word, that would be great!
Have a great weekend,

Carrie

chloe

You might recognize this lovely face as she has modeled many, many Madder designs! Her name is Chloe and I wanted to take a quick moment to share a little Q & A with her. 

Name:  
Chloe 

Age:
23 

Occupation:
Mentoring Program Coordinator at Catholic Charities Refugee and immigration Services


Where are you from?
Maine!


Where do you live?
Peaks Island, Maine


What do you love about Maine?
It’s granite coast lines. 


If you could live anywhere else, where would that be?
With my sister in any faraway city. 


Who inspires you?
My current personal hero is Judith Butler, a feminist philosopher and gender theorist. 


Favorite color?
Orange 


Favorite song?
You Keep Me Hanging on, by the Supremes


What is your favorite thing about modeling knitwear?
I love that knitwear has such a particular warmth to it, I think it comes from the labor of love that goes into making each article.

winter woolies

The snow has melted! Is it wrong, but I actually miss it? Don't get me wrong, I love spring, LOVE spring. But, it's just so early, I'm suspicious that we'll get slammed with snow in April. We'll see...

Regardless of the lack of snow, a pile of worn knits has piled up, in need of a good cleaning. Lately, I haven been giving our winter woolies a wash using my Twig & Horn Wool Soap and have to say, I love it. The clean softness and the aroma (my scent is Lemongrass) is creating more comfy, cozy knits.