About My Work
To me, knitting is a very personal thing. It's time consuming, laborious, and takes a lot of thought and reflection not only for each piece made, but who it's intended for as well.
My goal is to design and produce knitwear that is both masculine and feminine, functional and visually striking, wearable and fashionable, regardless of the gender of the person wearing it. I prefer to avoid using the word “unisex” because that implies a lack of distinctive gender, as opposed to representing the gender spectrum. I have yet to settle on a preferred term; feel free to contact me if you have a recommendation.
Lately, I am mostly attracted to designs crafted for a masculine-presenting body with distinctly feminine features and accents that contrast the masculine aspects, or playing off the non-binary notion of gender and designing more fluid pieces inclusive of any spot on the spectrum.