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Read what others are saying about Keep & Share! The entries are listed in date order (most recent first), and can be sorted according to topic or type using the links in the menu.

Where London

Baby it's cold outside
'Given the choice between mass-produced or hand knit, wouldn't you prefer to wrap up in the latter? We love the cosy and chic styles available at www.keepandshare.co.uk, a wonderful, innovative and best of all, extremely friendly website which offers a swap shop, the chance to try out one of their designs for a week and some of the best knitwear designs around.'

ES Magazine

ES Shopper
Features Keep & Share's Phyllis Cardi and Eugenia Scarf.

Refinery29

Knit pick
'With knitting needles becoming the accessory du jour, knitwear (the less obvious kind) is having its day. Our pick for the frontrunner is Britain's Keep & Share. With an eye for color and deconstructing classic knit ideas, designer Amy Twigger (who happens to knit every piece) has caught our eye.'

Brocante Home

Keep and Share
Blog post in praise of Keep & Share's way of doing business.

Vogue

Crafty chic
Emma Elwick
'Specialising in 'craft fashion', Amy Twigger creates luxury knitwear pieces to be cherished. An MA graduate of Winchester School of Art, Twigger is unimpressed by passing trends. Her label is called Keep & Share and the inspiration behind it is 'a defiant, unkempt old lady, wandering the streets in mismatching yet opulent attire'. The new online shop, keepandshare.co.uk, is well worth a visit; you can browse the current collection or rifle through the 'jumble sale' section, featuring past seasons' knits. The site also holds details of some of the label's more leftfield services: an offer to loan pieces to customers for a week; personal commissions and even a hand-washing service for those frightened of shrinking their woollens.'

Marie Claire

Christmas gift guide
Features Keep & Share's fox slippers.

The Daily Telegraph

If you like a good yarn...
Clare Coulson
'Amy Twigger's sweetly named Keep & Share is also typical of the new breed of knitwear labels - her autumn collection was inspired by an old family photograph, and pieces including chunky knit cardigans and slippers are all named after women in her family tree.'

De:Bug

Keep & Share
Blog post about Keep & Share in German.

City Life

State of independents
Jessica Lowe
'The most divine knitwear we've had the chance to behold. Produced by hand, the versatile wraps and shrugs in the darn cutest of colour combinations can be wrapped and thrown across the wearer as they see fit. A definite winter warmer as well as a fabulous accessory.'

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