Monday, May 5, 2014

Announcing my new name: Knit Eco Chic

I've rebranded (as of April 5th, 2014) and am now, Knit Eco Chic.  Please follow my new blog at!

Introducing Knit Eco Chic

Knit Eco Chic, Lindsay Lewchuk’s knitwear and pattern design company, provides the highest quality hand knits and knitting patterns with a focus on organic, natural, socially responsible, sustainable, and alternative fiber yarns for the modern age.  Formerly, Eco Chic Knits, Knit Eco Chic embodies the same three foundational philosophies:
1. Use of eco yarns
2. Knits that fit curves
3. Unique and intricate patterns

In addition to being a design company, Knit Eco Chic also serves as a call to action.  Over the coming years, Lindsay hopes to be a source of information about eco knitting, eco knitting practices, and eco knitting resources.  Follow her blog or join the Knit Eco
Chic Ravelry Group to find resources for eco yarns and eco knitting.

If you are already a fan of Lindsay’s work, this rebranding will make it easier to find her.  She is now “Knit Eco Chic” across knitting and social media platforms.  All patterns published prior to 2014 under Eco Chic Knits will continue to be available through Knit Eco Chic and Lindsay will continue to offer pattern support under the new email address,

To celebrate the rebranding, Knit Eco Chic is pleased to release Fibonacci Drops Shawl (available on the Knit Eco Chic website, and Ravelry, Patternfish, Craftsy, and Etsy).  Knit in lace weight Peruvian cotton and bamboo yarn from a socially responsible company, the Fibonacci Drops Shawl features the Fibonacci sequence squared.

Check out the Pinterest Board for a sneak peak on upcoming 2014 Knit Eco Chic releases highlighting yarns from Americo Original, Blue Sky Alpaca, Galler Yarns, and Quince and Co., and others.

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