Welcome to “Quick Picks” where we scour Krrb for remarkable finds and amazing pieces guided by just one word. Today’s word: Knit
Knit Purse in Chicago, Illinois
Jill’s Krrb corner serves as a repository for her latest craft projects. It was the bright cheery orange clutch ($30) that caught our attention but other items like her colorful crocheted mesh grocery bags ($20) are great for running errands. While you’re at it, take a look at the origami boxes ($7) in beautiful cool and warm tones.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Jillishii
Knit washcloth in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Andrea and Amanda of Tartella have a fondness for kitchenware and we have a fondness for their designs. Their knitted washcloth ($8) would go a long way to making any house a home. Both colorful and durable, these knitted wonders are washing machine friendly. Tartella also offers tea towel gift sets ($22) and wooden recipe card holders ($30).
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Tartella
Knit Mini Skirt, Denver, Colorado
How great is this mini skirt that also works as a tube top or cowl? The upcycled knit is one of a many cool items from the Denver-based shop, Rakun. We are also digging this necklace ($18) with an embroidered sea captain charm. Oh yeah, the retro style heels ($50) adorned with bows and buttons also belong in our closet.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Rakunshop
Infinity Scarf, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
On the coldest days, we want nothing less than the chunkiest knits to wrap ourselves in. Amor Puro’s Krrb corner is stocked with wears for every part of your body like the oversized infinity circle scarf ($55) made with acrylic and wool. Handwarmers ($25) and slouchy hats ($25) complete the look.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Amorpuro
Collection of yarn in Norwood, Bronx
An avid crocheter is getting ride of their yarn collection ($35) with materials such as mercerized cotton and 100% wool. Varying in materials and sizes, the collection is ideal for a crafty person. And let’s face it? What better time to take up knitting than winter? This vintage orange vinyl chair ($60), is also up for grabs and would make a perfect place to settle into your new hobby.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/2488
Knit cowl sweater in Park Slope, Brooklyn
House of Reboot’s Krrb corner is a great place to stock up on winter apparel. The knitted wool jersey cowl sweater ($100) is an ideal layering piece for both men and women. We think it would pair nicely with a plaid wool anorak ($140), made of upcycled “fast fashion” remains.
Get it here: Krrb.com/HouseofReboot
Knit alligator toy in Greensboro, North Carolina
Make a sweet alligator toy from a knitting pattern ($5) available on KristiB’s Krrb corner. Kristi also sells other great children gifts such as upcycled clothes. Or, send Kristi your favorite old t-shirt and she’ll turn it into a child’s peasant-style top ($20).
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Southside
Knit donut in Alhambra, California
The knit items found in Pink ReBunny’s Krrb corner are really working for us, especially the neon pink knitted donut ($2). Rebecca Leung also sells a playful rainbow cat squirrel ($2) and more functional items like this long scarf ($5) and a rainbow knitted hood ($5).
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Pinkrebunny
Slipper socks in Christiansburg, Virginia
Webs of Whimsy’s Krrb corner is the perfect place to find knitted items for all ages. For adults, there are made-to-order, hand knit personalized slipper socks ($25). Also available in an acrylic blend are hand knit baby booties ($13) and a baby hat ($17).
Get it all here: Krrb.com/Websofwhimsy
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