Who Is Liver Chick?

Have liver. Will knit.

Come here often and you’ll notice that my bio changes a lot. It really depends on my mood and how much, (or how little), about myself I feel like sharing with the public at any given moment. So please don’t be alarmed if one moment I give you a tear-jerking bio about my life and the next moment I’m making a complete fool of myself. It’s just who I am.

About Liver Chick

Liver Chick  is a 5 foot 3 inches little fairy who is still searching for her wings. She is addicted to following fashion and shopping at thrift stores. A knitter and crocheter who adores the eclectic Southwest. Winter is the season in which Liver Chick blooms. Her favorite holiday is Halloween.

Liver Chick’s real name is Michelle and she is married to a wonderful man usually refered to in her blog postings as Boy Toy. She is also a mom to two lovely kids- one on Earth and the other in Heaven.

Liver Chick got her name because she had a liver transplant and became ‘that chick with the liver’. She really likes talking about her liver transplant and feels that everyone should be an organ donor.

Liver Chick loves sock knitting, but has really found a calling in knitting such items as cowls, scarves and leg warmers. Next year she may be into knitting mittens or crocheting tablecloths. Who knows!

Something else Liver Chick thinks you should know- she has Sickle Cell Anemia and PTSD. And she’s not ashamed of any of it. She hopes she can encourage other people to not be ashamed of their illnesses too.

About The Blog

On this blog you will see Liver Chick writing about yarn, knitting and life in general. Mostly full of humor, her writings are just the everyday revelations of her own life.

*Please note- Due to her illness, there will be times when Liver Chick is unable to write. Don’t worry. Stick around long enough and you’ll start to see her posting again.

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6 thoughts on “Who Is Liver Chick?

  1. What a sweet person you are!
    I love your two needle sock pattern and
    your face cloth pattern too.
    I am over-the-hill but still need
    to learn how to use circulars and
    dpn’s believe it or not!

    Namaste, Deanna near the lake

  2. Considering your incredible story, I’m wondering if you’re aware of the book “Knitting Through It.” It contains short blurbs and cool historical photos of people who have coped with grief, illness, unemployment, etc., through knitting. I blogged about the book today…

  3. Hi, My name is Rebekah and I own the Etsy shop Stardust Strings. I’m looking for a yarn collage to use as a new backround for my banner. I found your photo in your Yarn Identity Crisis blog entry and was wondering if you would give me permission to use it on my shop. Thanks for your consideration. 🙂

    • Hello Rebekah,

      thank you for visiting my blog and taking an interest in one of the photos you found here. unfortunately, that is not my photo to give permission for its use. I had found it while doing a Google search for yarn pictures. I believe it is from a website that is no longer in service, but I could be wrong. It may be helpful to do such search yourself and ask the owner for permission or stage your own photo shoot with a bunch of yarn.

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