Monday, July 31, 2017


Hoo boy, it's been literally years since I last updated the site but here we are. Staring shamefacedly into the abyss. Let me tell you -- nay, show you what I've been up to:

As usual, these hand felted sloths follow me around to nearly every market. Hot tip: you can custom order your own piece and have it ready for pick up at any market! These dudes are up for grabs at $30 ea.

Stacks of cozy knits for winter markets. Hot tip: many of my surplus winter knits are on deeeep discount during the hot summer months. Stock up on cowls and mittens because before you know it? Winter.

These traditional style Scandinavian mittens are a staple of my winter markets. If you drop me a line I'll knit up a pair for you in pretty much any colour combination under the sun.

Classic slouchy knit tuque. Lots of colour options!

Snug cowls for those deep cold days. This teal colour was a favourite of mine last winter.

A giant cowl that got scooped up real quick last winter. I'm hoping to get my hands on more of this yarn but I haven't seen it around my local shops lately.

More super cozy cowls. Its hard to think about wearing woolen layers right now (it's about 400 degrees outside, I swear) but here I am... knitting woolen things like a big jerk.

Just looking at these tiny woolen baby booties makes my ovaries explode. SO cute. So many colour options for the non-walking, shoe-wearing infant in your life. I have so many plans to put grippy soles on larger sized ones for the adventurous but chilly-footed toddler.

A very colourful stack of mittens. These colours and many more are available for custom orders/

A new design from late last winter. It may make a comeback this coming fall in both adult and child-sized versions. Because, really, it has earflaps and a pointy top. 

Because I needed to add more fibre craft to my arsenal this spring I started making macrame hangers! These were two early creations.

Another newbie for 2017 is this design for fingerless mittens. The pattern will be available for testing shortly and then will be added to Ravelry!

Little knitted bowls. Put a plant in it!

Yes, more macrame. Custom designs available.

Another macrame hanger. I couldn't resist the neon pink when I came across it.

For those in Winnipeg who need their macrame itch to be scratched, you can find me bi-weekly at the South Osborne Farmers Market on Wednesday evenings!

I did it, friends! I posted a thing. Drop me a line if you see something that interests you. I try to have a sampling of things (knits, felts, macrame, weavings) at each market but I'm always excited to receive custom orders. Drop me a line at or contact me on social media @thirdsistershop (FB, IG, Twitter)

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