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Knit Wit Pins

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Knit WitKnit Wit Pins

Provided by Lori Schwartz

Reviewed by Audrey Huggett


Knitters are known for being dedicated to their craft, and I’m no exception to that rule.  I’m a sucker for anything with a sheep on it (or sheep shaped, or themed, or remotely wooly in nature), and I’m happy to proclaim my fiber romance openly.  When a fellow editor got ahold of some of Lori Schwartz’s Knit Wit pins, I was happy to review them.  I love anything that’s simultaneously cute and knitting related and, let’s be real, knitting buttons are the best.  

Lori’s buttons are made out of polymer clay and imprinted with wonderfully knitty things like yarn and needles.  Each pin is handmade and painted.  I was surprised by the quality of these adorable pins.  The color combinations are first rate, and the pins are easy to read.   Fun phrases like “knit happens” and “Close Knit Friends” are emblazoned across the pins, proudly declaring a devotion to the fiber arts.  Since each design is drawn into the clay, these pins have a great textured appearance.  The simple design of these buttons makes them prefect for embellishing stash bags, needle cases, or your latest sweater.  

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How cute is that!!! Would love to have that on a sweater or even decorate a scarf.


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