Give School a Hug

Kristen Rask just sent me photos of my window display at her store!


Schmancy is a super-fun vinyl and plush toy store in downtown Seattle, and I was thrilled when Kristen asked me if I would make something for their window.

As I mentioned previously, I used the Petite Pencil pattern from Knitting Mochimochi in bulky yarn to make the pencils, and I love how they came out so huggable. The piece of paper was a bit of a challenge to design, and the hardest thing was coming up with what the paper would say. I got to thinking about how schools and teachers are dealing with increasingly tighter budgets and demands to do more with less, so I figured school could use a hug!


If you’re in Seattle, I hope you’ll swing by Schmancy in the next few weeks and see it in person.

A big thank-you to Kristen for inviting me to do this and for rigging up the display!

6 thoughts on “Give School a Hug

  1. We are always giving school a hug, since we homeschool it’s a daily occurrence! Would love the pattern for the paper .. so clever!

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