We are full believers that the appreciation of fine things must be learned from an early age. Every newborn should be welcomed into the world in something fine, hand-crafted, and unique.


Earlier this fall Faberie undertook a sizable commission for a stroller blanket for a little girl. The patron did not want to adhere to the typical gender-specific standards requesting an ocean-blue color. Instead, we chose to highlight the gender with the pattern choosing a flowing leaf motif.


Completing the creative process was the selection of yarn. We sourced a cotton yarn spun with a silver thread from a small-batch yarn maker in Turkey. The yarn was a pleasure to work with and the blanket turned out sturdy yet soft.


Babies Creative Process Knitted

Babies Creative Process Knitted

Another weekend, another knitting project. First, an adorable pom-pom beanie not unlike our other offering from this year’s Bebe collection. This beaning is a little more structured and has beautiful texture.



And what better to compliment a hat than a scarflet. A scarflet is a little scarf for little necks designed to provide maximum coverage without weighing down the wee wearer. Accented with fun tassels, the scarflet doesn’t come apart and is perfect for those breezy evenings or active hours on the playground. Each can be knitted in a lazy evening and both are made of 100% Italian merino wool.

Babies Creative Process

Wfaberiee’d like to explain how the name Faberie & our logo came about while we take a few to thaw our fingers from the great, frosty winter of 2015. The word faber means artisan, smith in Latin. Since knitting and crocheting produces artisanal and unique products, Faberie seemed like an appropriate name to call our brand. The logo design was inspired by our reading about lace patterns from the 19th century.