In the media

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.


More London!
'I was blown away by the work of Amy Twigger Holroyd (let's not even talk about how I felt about her name, except to say it started with paroxysms and ended with joy), of Keep and Share. Amy's invented her own way of working with knits that she calls stitch hacking.'

Stitching n Junk

Stitching n Knitting n Stitching
Mr X Stitch's podcast about the Knitting & Stitching Show 2010, mentioning my work (around 43 minutes in).

Mr X Stitch

The Cutting (& Stitching) Edge - Knitting & Stitching Show 2010
'As you know, this is a stitchy blog, so I'm just going to make quick reference to a couple of knitters and we can move on. First up is Amy Twigger Holroyd from Keep & Share, who is a stitch hacking genius. I was so impressed with her work and her whole ethos that I even bought a crochet kit from her (gasp!).'

All About You

Ten best knitting kits
'Keep and Share is a cool ethical British knitwear design company which sells its own collection of handmade knits. For those of us who like to knit our own clothes, it also sells top-notch knitting kits - the beautifully designed classic 'Alice' cardigan; a knitted cape kit; and learn to crochet or knit kits which take total beginners through the basics. Highly recommended.'

Crafts Council report

Making Value: craft & the economic and social contribution of makers
Mary Schwarz and Dr Karen Yair
A qualitative research study commissioned by the Crafts Council to explore the characteristics of portfolio working makers and appraise their contributions to a range of industry sectors and community and education settings, including discussion of my work.


10 Craftspeople to watch
'Gorgeous knitwear'.

Tatenda Nhamo

Amy Twigger Holroyd - Keep and Share
About a workshop on my seamless knitting technique.

Surface Design Journal

Recycle, Keep, and Grow: Sustainable Textile Design in Britain
Jessica Hemmings
'Three British designers embody these three very different approaches to the sustainable design dilemma... In spite of their differences, this sense of pragmatism, combined with remarkable ambition, is a vision shared by Renshaw, Holroyd, and Lee - three extraordinary designers.'

In The Loop: Knitting Now

Keep & Share
Essay by Amy Twigger Holroyd; book edited by Jessica Hemmings
Visual essay on Keep & Share.


Dinky cape er faerdig…
Blog post in Danish about knitting the Dinky Cape.