Who is Amy Herzog?
I am absolutely passionate about clothing that makes women look and feel gorgeous.
I also happen to be a knitter, and view hand knitting as a wonderfully relaxing and enjoyable way to create couture that perfectly reflects one’s style.
I’m the author of Knit to Flatter: The only instructions you’ll ever need to knit sweaters that make you look good and feel great! (STC Craft, 2013), and teach classes around the US and online. I design sweaters that are tailored, clean, and fit perfectly into every wardrobe. You can find a full list of my designs here on my designs page and in my Ravelry designer profile.
I hope you like my work, but I’d love to hear from you either way. Thanks for your interest!
Keep in touch!
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This website is about helping you love your body and dress it well. Full stop. I am not interested in paid advertisements of any kind–I will not bombard you with ads as you’re reading, I will not accept payment to write a review of a product, I will not accept sponsorships for my posts. If I’m saying that I like something, it’s because I like it.
That said, of course running a website does incur costs, and of course I’d love to get some of those costs covered–as long as doing so doesn’t run counter to my goals. To that end, I participate in the Amazon Associates program and when I link to something at Amazon, I receive a small percentage if you click through and purchase.
Comments or questions are welcome.