Curated by the veteran knitters at PostStitch, each of our subscriptions features yarn, patterns, and notions from some of the industry's most revered talent. No matter if you have been casting on for years, or are picking up a new hobby, PostStitch aims to introduce you to new fibers and designers, challenge you to learn a new skill, and add variety to your current project queue.
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HOW IT WORKS
Founded by a mother-daughter duo, the PostStitch team has been knitting obsessively since the mid 90's. Finding their strength in product selection and project curation, they launched PostStitch in 2014 from their hometown of Sarasota, Florida. While a Florida knitter might seem like an oxymoron, the two have clocked countless hours building a most impressive stash, filling their Ravelry queue with more projects than any person could dream of knitting, and buying every llama accessory they come across.
PostStitch is committed to the discovery of the best yarns, patterns, and notions the industry has to offer and sharing it with knitters far and wide.
A knitter since 1996 who has talked, written, and built buzz about companies big and small. Her knitting queue is a mile long as she is mom to the PostStitch Interns (who all demand hand knits in their favorite color: rainbow!), and wife to a sock obsessed husband. In her spare time, she is working to find the cure for Second Sock Syndrome.
Having first picked up a pair of needles in 1982, she has clocked 10+ years working (and knitting) at local knit shops in Sarasota, Florida. Amy is a mom to one daughter and three boys, Gaga to the PostStitch Interns, and wife to a supportive husband who turns a blind eye to the money she spends on yarn.
A passionate knitter and an encouraging voice, Jessica is a keen source for on-trend knits and new-to-the-market yarns. This jetsetter is always scouting out new LYS and discovering local yarn, casting on whenever and wherever she can. A left handed knitter, there is no project too big or too small that Jessica won't tackle with optimism and gusto.