Visit the Twitten Pop-Up Market this Saturday, December 17th, Across from the Railyard & Farmer’s Market! 

On Saturday, December 17th, Twitten presents their Pop-up Holiday Market, from 10am to 3pm MST.  Twitten is at 322 Read Street in downtown Santa Fe, across from the Railyard & Farmer’s Market.  You can find more info at thetwitten.com. 100% women owned and operated.

Check out our Fair Trade, hand-knitted apparel made in Peru by artisans supporting their traditional communities! Twitten has mittens of all kinds as well as hand-knitted outerwear… hats, leg warmers, scarfs, plus organic and natural fiber clothing for children!

Can’t make it to the pop-up market? 

Visit our website right now and get:

50% off all Twittens, Mittens, Texting Mittens and Texting Gloves with coupon code: Popup2016

10% off all Baby and Kid’s items with coupon code: Popup2016kids

This deal is only good until 11:59am MST on Saturday, December 17th!

Visit our site by clicking here: http://www.thetwitten.com 

We hope that we’ll see you at Twitten HQ on December 17th, 2016, where you can get great handmade items like these:
Chinchero Women Knitting

For one of our fingerless glove lines, Jennifer Isaacson (Head Twittenista) travels to the small Andean village of Chinchero in the Sacred Valley of Incas 15 miles from Cuzco, Peru. In Chinchero, Jen teaches a young women’s cooperative how to make products suitable for the U.S. market. We work with the Women of Chinchero, who knit our amazing Artisan line of products.

The Women who work in Chinchero vote on every job they choose to take on, and they were very excited when they started working with Twitten because their work would be sold in the US market for the first time ever!

The prices that Twitten charges for the Chinchero line of products is a pass through price, a all profits go to the women’s co-op whom we work with. We don’t make a profit on these items because working with the talented Women of Chinchero is extremely rewarding and our way of giving back to the community in Peru.

You can find our entire Artisan Initiative line here: http://thetwitten.com/product-category/artisan-initiative/

Don’t forget to follow us on social  media and show us where you Twitten!

 

 

 

deluxe extra long leg warmers - navy green multi stripe

We love Legwarmers here at Twitten.

They’re warm, stylish, and easy to pair with your favorite boots, skirt, or other apparel. And, Legwarmers are great all year ’round!

Legwarmers go nicely with a pair of Boots, giving a stylish look that stands out from the everyday. These Aspen Deluxe Legwarmers are perfect for a day trip to the park:

 

They’re great for Dancers, Ballet Dancers, or for working out. These Camel legwarmers are great for just that:

 

Or, if you’re just looking to stay warm while in the office, or out for a night on the town, Legwarmers are the best way to stay warm and stylish at the same time! Our Toby leg warmers are stylish and easy to wear everyday:

 

If you’re looking for some new legwarmers to add to your ensemble, you can find our entire line of legwarmers by clicking right here: http://thetwitten.com/product-category/legwarmers/

Twitten Legwarmers are handmade of Alpaca yarn, and are fair-trade. They are hand-knit by woman Artisans in the Andes, and made to be the most beautiful, easy-to-wear, warm and comfortable Legwarmers that you could ever buy! And, you get Free Shipping on any order $50 or more!

What do you love about Legwarmers? Do you like to wear them with your favorite skirt or dress, or pair them with boots? Are legwarmers your go-to for dancing, working out, or for staying warm in the office? Tell us why you love your legwarmers in the comments!

 

 

 

 

 

These boys loved their new hats so much they couldn’t wait for it to get  cold for them to wear them in Central Park.

Bodhi checks out his text messages during the polar vortex on Columbus Avenue in Manhattan.

Happy filmgoers at the midnight premier of “Frozen” at Sundance.

Le Décor French photographer Nic Tosi loves his knit watch cap so much that he says he never takes it off when he’s at his old country farmhouse in Burgundy.

Father and son enjoy a twitten moment in the sun on the slopes in Taos.

Very stylish with your favorite pair of boots. Great for dancing too!

 

TOM HANKS likes to KNIT!