mori yarn

The folklore among knitters is that everything handmade should have at least one mistake so an evil sprit will not become trapped in the maze of perfect stitches. A missed increase or decrease, a crooked seam, a place where the tension is uneven - the mistake is a crack left open to let in the light. The evil sprit I want to usher out of my knitting and my life is at once a spirit of laziness and of over-achieving. It’s that little voice in my head that says, I won’t even try this because it doesn’t come naturally to me and I won’t be very good at it.
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Kyoko Mori, ‘Yarn’

That last phrase especially - “I won’t even try this because it doesn’t come naturally to me and I won’t be very good at it.” It really is like some kind of all-encompassing evil sprit sometimes. 

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Mori Girl Wristlets, crocheted from vegan friendly yarn and adorned with vintage lace and mixed buttons <3

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheIvoryDolls?ref=hdr_shop_menu

It’s finally Autumn!

I’m updating my shoppe, and have just listed my popular long Mori Girl scarf, which is made to order. I’ve also got one in a different size that is ready to ship, I’ll be listing it as soon as I get photos :)

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheIvoryDolls

As a way to say “THANK YOU” for all of your support through this, there is a coupon code that will be good until May 16, 2014! Spend over $30 and use code: Welcome10 at checkout and save 10% off your order! Random orders will be receiving FREE gifts and 50% of the sales will be going to my kids’ dance fund! My oldest, who is 9 will be promoted to Ballet 2 this year! So proud!

www.etsy.com/shop/moriyarn