Let’s talk knits!

Today we’re showing you a little of what we’ve been working on for Fall 2015!

We want your opinion on Sweater Knits!

Sweater Knits are a new idea we’ve been playing with for jolie hart and we want to know your thoughts!

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Yarn Type is a major factor for any knit item for kids – what yarns work better for your child?

Currently these samples are made from 100% acrylic (pink cardigan) and 50% wool 50% acrylic fibers (hats & shoulder wrap).

All yarns are very soft to touch.

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  Sweater Knit items will be limited in quantity as our focus is on play clothes with adaptable features for your girl’s complex care needs.

We thought it may be fun to have a few pieces for fall that were bright in color and cozy – our favourite so far is the shoulder wrap!

(we think it would be great to wear while in a wheelchair when it’s chilly out or over a dress while playing tea party!)

Let us know what you think by leaving a comment or sending us a quick email to taylorhart.designs@gmail.com

2 thoughts on “Let’s talk knits!

  1. Jessica Lillis says:

    Thanks Jolie Hart for this article. But I need a confirmation and need your suggestion. Which one will be more comfortable 100% acrylic or mix of 50% wool and 50% acrylic fibers? And if you suggest me a specific brand name then that will be more better. Thanks in advance.

    • taylorhartdesigns says:

      I’ve been using Lion Brand and Loops and Threads yarns, they’re a mix of wool and acrylic and are very soft – I haven’t tested these with families yet but I’m very sensitive to itchy fabrics and I’d wear both of these without any issue. Hope that helps!

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