Introducing: Wheatfield LOVE

Introducing: Wheatfield LOVE

In my post holiday market haze, I was itching to create something new. It actually got to a point where I would wake up in the middle of the night and catch myself designing new items, so when I finally had the time to sit down and plan something out, putting this small collection together was EXACTLY what my soul needed.

Disclaimer time: so, I'm not exactly smitten with Valentine's Day, but I AM a sucker for anything with hearts on it, and that's where the inspiration for this collection came from. Skip the flowers and chocolates, I'm more of a pizza kinda gal.

Each item is created with a pure, winter white yarn with a punch of deep red.  And for my wool sensitive friends, I'm happy to say that all of these items are made with a 100% vegan fiber.

And so, here it is; the Wheatfield LOVE collection!

Crochet Heart Hat

Some people wear their heart on their sleeves, others prefer to wear it on their head. To be honest, it took me a while to get this one right and I had to keep ripping it apart and starting over. The funny thing is, I didn't mind one bit because the darn thing was SO fun to make!  It's just so stinkin' adorable and I love that it makes a statement. Click here to shop.

Heart Ankle Socks

These babies are my pride and joy and, admittedly, the item that kept me up at night :).  Figuring out how to stitch those hearts right out of the cuff of the sock was no easy feat, but I was SO happy with the end result!  They are the perfect post-date night accessory, you know, for the Netflix portion of the evening.  Available in three sizes, you can shop them here.

Mini Heart Hat

This super cute beanie features a folding brim and four rows of charming little hearts.  But it's not just adorable, it's warm too!  The perfect accessory for a romantic, date-night stroll in those freezing cold February temps!  You can get it here.

I'd LOVE your feedback, so leave a comment and let me know what you think!


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