Our Story

We believe that when you feel good, you always look your best.

At Sh*t That I Knit, we strive to create high-quality knitwear and accessories that make you feel good. When you know the materials used to create our products are sustainably sourced, you feel good. When you know our products are handmade by women in Peru who are working moms earning a fair wage, you feel really good. When you know we donate Knit Kits that teach young adults undergoing cancer treatment how to knit, you feel even better.

Bottom line: when you wear your sh*t, you're going to look your best.

1999

1999

Christina learned to knit in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Her first project was an ugly purple turtle neck sweater.

2008-2014

Christina knit through college and started shitthatiknit.com. In 2014, Christina and her mother knit a collection of hats to sell at SoWa Market in Boston. They were a hit.
2008-2014
2015

2015

Christina quit her job to knit sh*t full-time and launched a kickstarter campaign.

2016

After a successful first year in business, production was outsourced to a team of women in Lima, Peru.
2016
2018

2018

Sh*t That I Knit continued to grow—Christina hired her first two full-time employees, and the team launched STIK’s first two pop-up shops in NYC and Boston’s Seaport.

Today

STIK is a brand known around the world for making sustainable sh*t, empowering women, and celebrating the sillier things in life.
Today
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