bespoke knitwear and contemporary handcrafts

Hand knit peach Tencel cropped women’s shoulder-tie spring/summer camisole tank top.

This stretchy, cropped camisole would look charming layered under an oversized cardigan with a pair of cigarette pants, worn over a crisp white baby-tee with jeans, or alone with a cute denim skirt and sandals, with or without a strapless bra.

Flirty shoulder ties, light & breathable, cropped, in a skin-flattering blushy peach.

::::: About Tencel :::::

This top is hand knit using Tencel (Lyocell) fiber ethically sourced from eucalyptus trees, produced using renewable energy and is considered a “fiber of the future”. Tencel fibre is manufactured by Lenzing fibres in a closed-loop system, which means resources like water and solvents get reused instead of ending up as pollution and waste.

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– EK

This airy tee is perfect for those cool spring days and summer nights.
Layer over a white tank with a comfy pair of jeans or cutoff shorts for an effortless casual look.
Rolled hems, boatneck, relaxed fit, mildly-cropped.

::::: Details about the fit/sizing :::::

All measurements taken with garment lying flat:
– Measurement from shoulder to hem is about 17″
– Measurement from armpit to armpit across the chest is about 20″
– Boat neck opening measures 11″ across

For fit comparison:
– My mannequins measurements are bust: 33″ waist: 26″
– My measurements are, bust 39″ waist: 29″

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– EK

Hand knit using cotton blend t-shirt yarn made entirely from recycled factory off-cuts and finished with an oversized lobster clasp. Looks soooo lovely with a plain t-shirt and jeans.


Approximately 19″ long unclasped from end to end including hardware.
Wearable length is approximately 18″. knit cord is just under an inch wide.

Lobster clasp is made of nickel. Nickel components can be enjoyed for many years with proper care (avoid exposure to water / polish with a soft cloth).


Also I’m offering free domestic shipping on all orders over $50 this week so stock up and save! Click here to shop.

– EK

Today only (2/12/18) all crocheted halter tops are 25% off.

something I really love about this particular design (as a generously-boobied person) is the flattering full coverage it provides at the sides and neckline coupled with a little bit of sexy show-through in the front. I love these tops worn alone with jeans or overalls, and layered with off the shoulder tees, baggy tanks, and cropped hoodies.

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– EK

As requested on Instagram, here’s one version of my Bloody Mary mix recipe. I switch up my ingredients nearly every time I make Bloody Mary mix depending on what ingredients I have around so let’s call this one, Spicy Mix #1.

Coming up in Portland, Ore as a late-morning brunch connoisseur and longtime bar/restaurant employee, I’ve had my fair share of well executed, delicious Bloody Marys, and more than my fair share of truly terrible Bloody Marys. Safe to say, I’m a bit of of Bloody Mary expert at this point so trust me when I tell you, this Bloody Mary mix recipe is pretty, pretty good.


EK’s Bloody Mary mix recipe (Spicy Mix #1)
  • 3/4 liter of tomato juice
  • Juice of one lemon
  • 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 cloves of garlic, peeled/smashed
  • 2 tsp habanero Tabasco
  • 1/4 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1/4 tsp New Mexico red chili
  • 1/4 tsp celery salt
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper
  • an additional 1 tbsp celery salt and 1tbsp Tajín for rim
Directions: Combine ingredients in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate for an hour. Pass mix through a mesh strainer to remove any lemon seeds/garlic pieces. Make any seasoning adjustments. Use a funnel to transfer mix into a 1L bottle or jar. Refrigerate overnight to allow flavors to bloom.
Combine one tbsp celery salt and one tbsp Tajín on a small plate. Rub the edge of a pint glass with a lemon wedge, then in your rim spice mixture. Fill glass with ice. Add 2oz vodka. Add Bloody Mary mix, stir. Optional garnish: celery stalk, trimmed green onion, pickled peppers/okra, olives, lemon/lime wedges.
Sip, sip… Hooray!
– EK