Don't have time to knit yourself or (goodness me) don't want to learn?
Or just want to support a talented handcrafter and get your hands on some yarny goodness?
The following Cottage License holders can supply you with just the knit you desire. Many will knit a custom garment to your requirements!
Please note only these licensed holders can sell garments made from my patterns, if you spot anyone else doing so without my permission, please contact me :)
A delightful mother and daughter duo, both of whom are licensed to knit the Rainbow Dress. Sue is also licensed to knit milo. You may also see some of my other patterns pop up as garments in their store, as part of Nat and Sue's wonderful fundraising efforts.
You can find their store on
Susanne's House of Wool
Another longtime license holder, Sue is licensed to knit the Rainbow Dress which she does from her own delightful handspun yarn.
You can find Sue at
Susanne's House of Wool or her local markets.
Knits and Pretties
Rebecca is licensed to sell Tropical Lily, Oriental Lily and Bloom through her gorgeous etsy store, Knits and Pretties where she also sells handmade jewellery, handturned spinning supplies, knitting supplies such as stitch markers and handknits.
20 per cent of profits from all sales of handknits will be donated to the Neurofibromatosis Association of Australia.
You can contact Rebecca either via her etsy store or via email at email@example.com
Make sure you also drop by and check out her facebook page.
The lovely Irene from Jolly Jumbuck is a great supporter of Aussie indy designers. Not only does she sell the most stunning hand-dyed yarn but she is now licensed to sell bloom. You can contact Irene via her Jolly Jumbuck store.
If you're in Adelaide and looking to check out a good market wander down to the Norwood Market for Baby and Child . The lovely Kim will be there selling her handknit milos . Kim is also a rep for Baby Behinds nappies, so while there you seriously should check out these wonderful cloth nappies. Baby Behinds have served both my children really well in our nappying journey.
Little Brown Owl
Lori is licensed to sell milo vests. You can find her store, Little Brown Owl on minicuture where she sells a range of knitted and sewn garments. If you live in the Ballarat area you will often find Lori at the local markets. Go and say hi and check out her wares!
Lori's new partner in crime is the lovely Steph. Steph has knit more Paula's Scarfettes than anyone I know, and she is licensed to sell these delightful little knits.
You can contact Lori and Steph either via the Little Brown Owl store or via the contact form on their facebook page.
The very versatile Sandi from Squeeky Cheeks is licensed to knit the milo vest. Sandi also stocks a wide range of products including nappies and children's clothing. You can contact Sandi either via her store or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or pop over to her facebook page.
Gorgeous Handknits for kids, made by Victoria
Ex-New Zealander and now Tasmanian resident, Victoria, is licensed to knit and sell bloom, cassia and little butterflies. You can check out Victoria's gorgeous knits on her facebook page.
Angie creates both beautiful little milos and the most dazzling hand-dyed yarns; both combined are just sensational! You can find Angie hanging in her studio over on miniCUTEture or can contact her by emailing email@example.com.
You can also preview Angie's wares by popping over and visiting her facebook page.
Hot off the Needles: Knits for Kids and Bubs
Another talented knitter, Jaimie is licensed to knit and sell milo, rainbow dress, olearia and little butterflies. You can see Jaimie's gorgeous work on her facebook page where you can also arrange a purchase.
Anne Can Knit
Anne creates Australian and New Zealand designed handknitted clothing and accessories for kids and adults. She uses beautiful Aussie and New Zealand yarns, handmade buttons from NZ on some garments, and all items are created with love. Anne is licensed to knit olearia and milo. You can purchase from Anne via her facebook page where she sells instock items.
Emma from Tasmania is licensed to knit and sell milos. you can purchase these and many other lovely knitted items from Emma's facebook page.
Emma is also a Baby Behinds Consultant and sell slings and baby carriers via her other store wrapem .
From time to time I will stock my own garments in my store on made it.
You can also purchase all my patterns either there or on Ravelry .
New Zealand Stockists
Megan, the Milo Queen, is a delightful lady from the land of the long white cloud, who knits up beautiful little milo vests. Megan has knit more milos than anyone I know!
Her stores can be found on Felt and Craft Fetish.
You should also check out the cute little rockets Megan sells that are knit from her own pattern.
is a trio of lovely ladies who have joined forces to offer a range of knitted garments from a wide variety of patterns. They are licensed to knit the complete range of my patterns.
Kate offers both customs and ready made garments and she also has her own lovely little store Chev Girl over on Felt
Julia also offers customs and ready made garments and you can check out her work on her blog justonewip .
Just like the other members of this talented trio, Ali will also take customs as well as whip up ready made garments. You can follow Ali G on her blog 006 Licensed to Knit
Drop in to their site, Coco Kids and check out their lovely knits, they are great supporters of local designers. Make sure you also pop over and say hi on their facebook page.
Little Moo Knits
Krissie is yet another lovely lady and wonderful knitter from over the Tasman who is licensed to knit the complete range of my patterns. Krissie offers customs and ready made garments.
You can contact her through her store Little Moo Knits and also via her blog Knit Not What.
Pop by and check out Krissie's facebook page too!
A Little Bit of Everything
Rachael has long been a great supporter of my designs, she has knit them all many times and has helped out enormously with testing. She is licensed to knit and sell the complete range of my patterns. She is a very fast knitter and I can totally attest to her ability to work to a deadline. You can order a custom knit from her blog A Little Bit of Everything.
Make sure you also pop by and check out Rachael's facebook page.
The Bird's Nest
Another lovely New Zealand lady, Jacquie, who hails from Auckland is licensed to knit both the Rainbow Dress and the milo vest. You can visit her over at her blog The Bird's Nest as well as her facebook page to check out and purchase her gorgeous knits.
Genevieve of Paws Purls is also licensed to knit the milo vest. You can check out her wares in her Felt Shop as well as her blog and facebook page. Keep an eye out for Genevieve at some of the markets in and around the Auckland area.
In A Pear Tree
Long renowned for their exquisite cloth nappies, In A Pear Tree are adding knitted clothing to their product line. I am pleased that milo is their first knitted garment. You can visit their website, In A Pear Tree, as well as drop by their facebook page. Contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Little Ladybug Handknits
Nikki from Wellington is licensed to knit one of my favourite patterns, Oriental Lily. You can visit Nikki and view these and other handknitted garments at her blog Little Ladybug Handknits or her facebook page .
Katie is another long-time license holder. She knits and sells from the gorgeous Rainbow Dress pattern. You can find her store over on etsy.
The lovely Shelley from waldorfmama is licensed to knit and sell the complete range of my patterns. Shelley specialises in a rainbow-bloom hybrid in dazzling rainbow colours. You can visit Shelley at her website. Pop over and read her gorgeous blog!
The delightful Ali is a longtime license holder of the Rainbow Dress. She is also licensed to knit Tropical Lily, Bloom and milo. She offers both ready made and custom garments from her store
Pixie Knits .
The lovely Anna from Cambridge is licensed to knit and sell milo. She also is happy to take custom orders. While checking out her store you must see her gorgeous bunting and jump over and read her delightful blog.