The Anderson Ear Warmer : Your BFF For Fall

right now one of the best sellers in the shop is the Anderson Ear Warmer

these are perfect for all of you “I’m not a hat person” who tend to struggle a little bit when your ears start to feel that chill.
they’re also perfect for this time of year where it tends to get a little bit cooler in the mornings and evenings.

and they’re available in 5 different colors. I hope you agree and love them too! 🍁🍂

so what’s the inspiration behind the Anderson Ear Warmer?

my Grandma ✨

they’re named after my Grandma (her last name is Anderson) because she’s awesome. she’s such an important part of my life and one of the reasons I crochet so much. and it’s my honor to have something in the shop that is a direct tribute to her.

one of the first things Chris (my husband) said after meeting my grandma was “you don’t take after your mom or dad, you take after your grandmother!” 🥰

I love you Grandma 💗

Things to Love :: March 2020

Things To Love Spring 2020

Winter isn’t quite over yet! These months have been so cold, dark, and dry. Here are some things to love to get you through the last stretch of the season!

1. This awesome CBD infused Lip Balm from Kind Lab. It’s been my savior keeping my lips hydrated during the dry winter season. I always check my bag to make sure I have it on me!

2. The Rosewood Neroli candle from Loxley and Leaf. The scent is so soothing and reminds me of how you would imagine a high end day spa smelling like. I love that Loxley and Leaf doesn’t use dyes and has a natural wood wick!

3. My Salem Style Purple Henna Pouch. I use this one in my big purse to carry advil and essential oils to be prepared for a head-cold that usually comes during this time of year.

4. This awesome Hot/Cold Pack from Payne & Comfort. Not only is the pattern super cool, it’s incredibly soothing. I usually use it as a hot pack, but I love knowing it could be a cold pack if I need it!

5. Tiger’s Eye from A Fine Balance Wellness. I met Anna right before the first ever workshop that I was on a panel for. We met in her beautiful space, and I told her how nervous I was to speak. She gave me this crystal and told me to rub it to help with anxiety. Now I always have it on me if I need it!

Stay Wild Moon Child xx Juls

What’s The Difference Between Crochet and Knitting?


At Salem Style, all of our handmade items are made by crochet. Crochet and knitting are similar that they both require a lot of dedication and skill, but there are key differences:

Supplies: Knitting is done with two needles, while crochet uses one hook.

How it’s made: Knitting can be done by hand, machine or loom while crochet is always 100% handmade.

Unraveling: A dropped knit stitch can cause it to unravel easily, while with crocheting, it’s less likely to unravel.

At the end of the day, they are both great, but we have chosen to stick with crochet.