That’s why I want to introduce you to the yarn-a-riffic stylings of Le Meow Le Mew! With a high of 8° slated for tomorrow, I live in a place that I believe entitles me to say I know a lot about layering and cold-weather fashion. As I’ve mentioned in the past, it also means that I love me some knits. That’s why I was delighted when fellow shivering local and fashion-forward knitter, Beth, opened her shop.
Beth’s work for Le Meow Le Mew, focus on quality and originality. I like how her shop announcement says that she wants customers to “feel good wearing your accessory, knowing that it is of top craftsmanship and that no one else will have a piece quite like yours.” It’s always the unique pieces from my wardrobe, usually made by an indie artisan, that get the most compliments when I’m out and about. My favorite from Beth’s current offerings? I almost don’t want to tell you in case you manage to buy it before I can run up to her house and grab it from her, but I’ll be kind and share. It’s the Broody Tuileries Cowl. That’s right. You may not know this about me, but I’m a pretty broody girl. And I learned early on the importance of keeping your neck warm. Many, many years in a children’s choir will do that to you.
So do yourself, and your body temperature a favor and check out Le Meow Le Mew. For more on Beth’s work, take a gander at her blog Knitted Mews. I’m looking forward to seeing more from this knitter extraordinaire!
PS If you haven’t entered our ticket giveaway below, check it out and tell me your favorite wedding movie or scene. What better way to stay warm, than by wearing a lovely knitted accessory and eating popcorn at the movies!