VICTORIA PRICE

February 01, 2018

VICTORIA PRICE

We know how empowering it is to enable others - to start their own creative projects and tell their own stories.  That’s why we’ve decided to share our customers’ stories* to highlight their aspirations and challenges and share that wonderful sense of accomplishment you get from learning something new.  At Stitch & Story we want to share our love of crafting – encouraging others to tell their own stories and create remarkable memories.

Victoria Price

Victoria is originally from England but moved to Oregon, USA, about 16 years ago.  Having been taught to knit as a little girl Victoria rediscovered a passion for knitting with a Stitch & Story Knitting Kit.  A funny incident involving her dog Mitch and his "passion" for Stitch & Story kits led her to get in touch.

My mum taught me to knit when I was young, but all I remember making was scarves for my teddy bears, and I certainly never learnt how to follow a pattern.  After getting a Stitch & Story Luca Pom Hat kit, I knew I had found a new passion for knitting.  

I just love the chunky merino wool, the colour combinations, simple instructions and how beautifully packaged each kit is.  I am eagerly awaiting my next order to arrive so I can make the Big Alps Beanie.

My mini bull terrier, Mitch, ate my last set of needles and knitting pattern - I think he was protesting not being able to sit on my lap whilst I knit!  I'll be keeping my next set far out of his reach!

* If you would like to be featured in an Our Knitters' Stories newsletter/blog post please contact us on marketing@stitchandstory.com

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