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October 2, 2016

October 4th will mark my 2 year anniversary owning and operating Knits, Soy and Metal. In these past 2 years, KSM has gone from an idea to a side hustle to a full time job and now, it’s going into a location with Keepers Vintage.

Knits, Soy and Metal plans to carry their complete product line in the new space. This includes, hand knitted items, our complete line of scented products and our Baltimore focused metal Jewelry. In addition to having all of our products under one roof, we also plans to bring into the space a modif...

June 21, 2016

Yesterday the top 100 selected small businesses were announced for the FedEx Small Business Grant, and Knits, Soy and Metal was not one of them. Instead of dwelling on not making the list, I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone who voted, shared, and even just read a snippet of my story. There are no words to describe how fortunate I feel on this journey. So, thank you, for taking time out to send a little hope my way! I am forever grateful!

May 31, 2016

Hi All, most of you know that in 2014, I started Knits, Soy and Metal. Since its inception, I've been so fortunate to have the continued support of my family and friends and I am so grateful. 
I have the opportunity to be considered for the FedEx Small Business Grant but I need your votes. If you would, please click on the link below and vote for Knits, Soy and Metal. 
Thank you!


To vote, please click here.



April 4, 2016

Join me for the month of April as I post creative ways to reuse those empty Candle Jars. Watch the journey on Instagram and get the recipes here!

First things first, to get your jars ready for reuse, make sure you clean them out. A bath of warm soapy water will do the trick. If you have any remaining wax in your jar, using a spoon or a butter knife to scrape it out will help. Make sure to dispose the wax in the trash can. You shouldn't dump wax down your drain. 

Removing the stickers can be a little more challenging. I...

March 2, 2016

 by Rebecca Kirkman


...Letta Moore, 37, of Knits, Soy & Metal, says that before she quit her job as a marketing director for a real-estate company in September to go full-time with her handmade scarf, candle, and jewelry brand, she didn’t realize the extent of the DIY culture in the city. But in just the past few months, she has been embraced by the colony of craft-oriented entrepreneurs like her in Baltimore, who she says are all about building each other up. “I didn’t even know this huge community existed prior to becomi...

February 3, 2016






Letta Moore is the founder of Knits, Soy and Metal, a Baltimore based owner operated business that provides quality handmade knitted scarves, 100% locally sourced all natural Soy Candles, and dainty handcrafted Jewelry. Her hand knitted infinity scarves are made with close attention to detail using extra soft material that is both warm and durable. Her all natural, hand poured Soy candles are made with classic scents that are Individually made and poured at the time of purchase, to ensure the freshest and most fragran...

January 10, 2016



I sat down in the studio with Jason V of Local Color: A podcast about Baltimore's "local color". You can check out my interview as well as as many others here.


While Jason was experiencing some Mic difficulties, my mic came in crystal clear :)

Listen in while I talk about the origins of Knits, Soy and Metal, some future projects in the works and the classes/workshops I've added to the mix. 


I hope you enjoy! 

February 6, 2015



By Olivia Obineme |Photo by Kelvin Bulluck | February 6, 2015


Letta Moore resides in a home full of stories.

From the array of family photos and art hung on her kitchen walls, to the vast selection of vinyl records she started collecting by picking from her dad’s classic stash, curiosity ensues with the urge to know more about the decor of the 36-year-old’s Belvedere Square abode.

In fact, her house is overwhelmingly warm and comforting. You would never guess a corner of her living room that statio...

October 4, 2014


by Letta Moore


I'm often asked how I got started so I wanted to share this post with you that talks about my journey into Knits, Soy and Metal. I hope you enjoy.


If it wasn't for the seminar I went to on failure hosted by Creative Mornings/ Baltimore, I would not be here. I am by nature an excessive planner and tend to work my way from the beginning to the end of an idea all in my head, without ever once putting it into action. I realize that I was scared to fail. 


I didn't have any expectations when I went to the se...

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