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Thora knitting products

American Made Since 2012

Iris Fain

Collinsville, Oklahoma
At Thora knitting products you can purchase handmade clothing made with quality wool brought in from Iceland. It's a promise to keep you warm.

Tell us about your business.

Being a stay at home mother, taking her first steps in America, knitting was a nice way to keep my mind sharp and my hands busy during my babies nap times. I came here from Iceland to start a life with my husband and baby. Icelandic sweaters and clothing made with icelandic wool are a part of my heritage and being able to share that with others is wonderful. I handmake each and everyone of the clothing I sell, and I do my best when it comes to custom make what my clients want. I would like to keep my buisness growing and building up a happy source of clients.

What makes your business stand out?

What makes my products unique is the fact that I handmake everything with the Icelandic wool and I use traditional Icelandic patterns. Wearing clothes made with this kind of wool will for sure keep you warm.
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