Bombshell Crop Top Kit Preorder
I am so excited to share this incredible collaboration with the insanely talented designer, Knitatude! Chantal of Knitatude has created the Bombshell crop top in a fun length and fabulous fit! The design includes a small section of short rows to create a perfect shape and fall on the shoulders and chest. The design features fun stitch motifs to create subtle yet statement detail!
Ive had the absolute JOY of bringing this piece to life in four pastel colourways named after four incredibly influential and intelligent women who pioneered in women's rights. From L to R: Dorothy Height (Pink), Margaret Sanger (Yellow) Susan B. Anthony (Mint), and Sojourner Truth (Lavender) .With the current state of affairs happening in the good ol US of A, I wanted to take the time to say that I stand with all women and am supportive of their choices about their bodies. ✌🏻💕 10% of all profits from the Bombshell crop top pattern will be donated to ARC Southeast.
The Bombshell Crop Top is available in five sizes: S-3XL. Information on bust sizes are listed below:
S - 32-34” 3 Skeins
M - 36-38” 3 Skeins
L - 40-42” 4 Skeins
XL - 44-46” 4 Skeins
2XL - 48-50” 4 Skeins
3XL - 52-54” 5 Skeins
All pre-order kits ship two weeks from order time. All sales are final and returns will not be accepted per Kenyarn pre-order policy. Thank you for your understanding!
Susan B. Anthony: (mint) Susan B. Anthony was a teacher, a speaker and an American civil rights leader who fought for rights for African Americans and women. She spoke out against slavery and fought for suffrage, or the right to vote for African Americans and women. Susan cast her vote in the 1872 presidential election and was arrested for doing so. Women were finally given the right to vote in 1920 with the 19th amendment. Although Susan B. Anthony had passed away in 1906, it is sometimes called the Susan B. Anthony amendment in honor of her arduous work and steadfast beliefs regarding suffrage.
Margaret Sanger: (yellow) In the early 20th century, at a time when matters surrounding family planning or women’s healthcare were not spoken in public, Margaret Sanger founded the birth control movement and became an outspoken and life-long advocate for women’s reproductive rights. In her later life, Sanger spearheaded the effort that resulted in the modern birth control pill by 1960.
Dorothy Height (pink): Height’s prominence in the Civil Right Movement and unmatched knowledge in organizing, meant she was regularly called to give advice on political issues. Eleanor Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Lyndon B. Johnson often sought her counsel. In 1963, Height, along with other civil rights activists organized the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Although she played a role in the march, she was not invited to speak. In fact, originally no women were included on the program at all. Height and Anna Arnold Hedgeman persuaded the other organizers to allow a woman to speak. Despite the apparent gender discrimination in the Civil Rights Movement, Height continued working on the front lines.
Sojourner Truth: (lavender) A former slave, Sojourner Truth became an outspoken advocate for abolition, temperance, and civil and women’s rights in the nineteenth century. Her Civil War work earned her an invitation to meet President Abraham Lincoln in 1864.