#etsyfind cozy knits

It got cold this week and most of me is really upset about it. I can already feel my hands starting to crack and I’m pretty sure I can hear the trickling of my bank account as the oil kicks our heating system into gear.

But there is a part of me that’s kind of OK with this cold business. That’s the part of me who likes the idea of smelling fall spices baking in the oven while padding around in thick socks and huddling under a fat down blanket. The part that wants to drink hot cocoa while wearing fingerless gloves and a chunky scarf. The part of me that likes cozy.

I hate the cold but absolutely love a lot of the things that go right along with it. What the cuss? Does anyone else suffer from this major contradiction?

I’ve decided the only thing I can really do is embrace the change. So I decided to dive headfirst into a pile of cozy handmade knits and take you along for the ride.

#etsyfind cozy knits | handmade knitwear

clockwise from top left: Lululuvs infinity cowl scarf / Love and Knit slouchy beanie with pom pom / Vintage Look Creations infinity scarf / KCK Shop chunky mittens
Chichidee infinity cowl / Plexida wool turban / Three Bird Nest legwarmers

Lest you think I’d forget the little boogers, I also rounded up a bunch of ridiculously adorable pieces for our bite-sized little buddies too…

#etsyfind cozy kids handmade knitwearclockwise from top left: Ozetta crochet poncho / Lovely Knits newborn hat / That Girl Knitz bear hoodie hat / The Crafty European girls knit hat / nanoukiko & triko baby hat with pom pom / dough and a dear crochet earwarmers

I mean how could anyone not be excited about getting all cozy now? If my budget were limitless I would need to own (yes, physically need) every single piece in this post for either myself or the girls.

Which piece is your favorite? Are you a chunky scarf girl? Or a throw a beanie over the undone hair and run kind of lady?

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.