Paris – a magic city that taught the “Eli that runs between a million things to do a day” a powerful lesson. It showed her the Seine. People around her were drawn to it just as she was. They carried their dinners out in little picnics and sat in groups along its edge. Eli found Life so much slower in Europe – and not in a bad way at all, but in a much needed way. At least, much needed for her. Spending time by the Seine, Eli was slowly decompressing and succumbing to the beautiful life that these Parisians were showing me. Slow Down. Live slowly. Read More
Although most of our knitted wares are made locally on the west coast, Eli takes her knitting with her wherever she goes. Her latest adventures brought her and her needles across the ocean to Europe… Read More
It’s all about socks
We sit in a car, side by side, on our way to our Pinterest dream home (read: Ikea). Because that is what people do on weeknights when it’s moving season and you want to avoid the crazy Saturday crowds. Read More
The first mug cozy
The thing about an engineering degree is that I found it all-consuming. From the moment I got up to when my head hit the pillow, I was thinking about class, in class or solving class problems. The people I spent the most time with were my lab partners in our natural habitat: the lab (unsurprisingly, with no windows – but you do grow to love the place). And by only my second year of Biomedical Engineering, I was starting to feel a bit burnt out.