Attic 166

Attic 166

I started knitting at about 10 years old when my best friend’s grandma and great grandma taught us how two sticks and string could make so many beautiful pieces. My first ever knitting needles were two pencils - since there were no extra needles for me to learn with, I improvised. Well, those pencils got me addicted to this new craft and I couldn’t stop. I knit mainly things for myself, friends and family until I started college. At that time, I decided I wanted to start selling my knitwear. Around that same time I moved up into the attic apartment of my parents’ house, which has a house address number of 166 - which is how the brand name “Attic 166” was born. I eventually got bored of creating the same product over and over again, so I decided to try my hand at designing. I love nature and the outdoors, so you’ll find that most of my pattern names and inspiration link back to that part of my life. Knitting has not only given me a creative outlet, but an awesome community of people. I look forward to the many years of making, creating, and relationship building that this craft has so generously provided.

original designs  

Lunar Spine
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Veil
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Recluse
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Unplug
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The Bridesmaid Shawl
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Sticks and Bones Cowl
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The Vertebrae Sweater
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The Dome of Isolation
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Sticks and Bones Sweater
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The Snurfer Cowl
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Sticks and Bones Shawl
The Hook Nook Life Website
The Claus Santa Hat
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The Cobblestone Road Scarf
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Blair Witch Hat Project
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Harvest Moon Shawl
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The Switchbacks Scarf
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Bonfire Tank
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Smoky Mountains Pillow
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The Man-eater
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The Stuyvesant
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Chunky Knit Blanket
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Chunky Cable Knit Blanket
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