At 28, Mette Wendelboe Okkels is about to become a mother of three. She also has a year and a half left of medical school, alongside running her very own incredibly hyped-up (with excellent reason!) successful brand PetiteKnit, which has taken the knitting community by storm – especially in the past year.
2017 was a good year for knitting. Check out our favourites from the past year.
As a substitute teacher and child of the somewhat controversial Waldorf school (also known as Steiner school), Victoria (@husetibyen) believes that being creative and using your imagination to think differently is crucial to a child’s development.
Miriam Wennerberg’s body can’t cope with stress. When she was diagnosed with a life-changing chronic illness in 2011, she decided it was vital for her to find a way to stay creative and useful, in order to live a happy life.
By night, Ida Wirak-Trettevik (@idawitre) works as a nurse in the regional department for eating disorders in Oslo, as her maternity leave is coming to an end. By day, she is the 28-year-old painfully stylish mum of three boys, and spends the majority of her free time knitting incredible patterns and dreaming about making them herself one day.