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Heather Tucker from Mama's Stitchery Projects

Heather Tucker from Mamas Stitchery Projects Heather Tucker has been an enthusiastic knitter ever since being introduced to the art by her grandmother at the age of four.


Kristen Mangus of GoodKnitKisses

Kristen Mangus of GoodKnitKisses Kristen Mangus is the face behind GoodKnit Kisses as a YouTube craft and loom knitting instructor. As a mom of three, her work is always designed with love wrapped in GoodKnit Kisses!


Robin Celli

Robin Celli I taught myself how to knit in 2009 and haven't looked back. I live in Delaware with my wonderful husband, fantastic son and my spectacular Miniature Schnauzer, Schnapps. Schnapps loves that I knit so much now - it gives him more time to snuggle close and nap. My husband and son are great about overlooking how the yarn stash is taking over the house.


Mary Keenan from Hugs for Your Head

Mary Keenan for Hugs for Your Head Mary Keenan is a writer who shouldn't be nearly so interested in knitting (and sewing and baking and sleep) as she is, and compensates by telling a story with each of her designs. She especially enjoys hats because like socks they offer a blank canvas, and unlike socks you only have to make one.'


Megan Goodacre of Tricksy Knitter

Megan Goodacre of Tricsky Knitter Megan Goodacre, also known as the Tricksy Knitter, is a web designer and visual artist by day, and knitter by night (and also by day, who are we kidding). She has been knitting for over thirty years and designing patterns for almost as long.


Rebecca Roush from ChemKnits

Rebecca Roush from ChemKnits I created ChemKnits in 2008 to combine my love for knitting and science. I earned my PhD in Biological Chemistry in early 2011, and designing knitting patterns for ChemKnits kept me sane during the graduate school years. After earning my degree, I expanded my writing activities to two new blogs, Knitting Project of the Day and ChemEats, a cooking blog. I cannot knit in silence so I spend a lot of time watching TV shows, especially Friends and The Office.


Gretchen Tracy

Gretchen Tracy Gretchen Tracy is the mother of two small boys, and when she's not constructing train tracks, she's designing quick-knitting, one- and two-skein patterns. She also loves bright colors and natural fibers, especially when combined in the same yarn!


Louise Felice of Lucinda Designs

Louise Felice of Lucinda Designs I studied at the Bournemouth and Pool college of arts but my knitting passion started at age 4. I also love to sew and have tried crochet too.


Michael Sellick

Michael Sellick Michael Sellick is the energetic creator instructor of The Crochet Crowd on YouTube Channel, he inspires, and celebrates creativity with millions of views. Mikey revitalizes the love of yarn arts for all levels connecting online friendships and a Show N Tell network on Facebook under the name of The Crochet Crowd.


Rachel Hunnicutt of Cornflower Blue Blog

Rachel Hunnicutt Rachel Hunnicutt is a knitter, crafter, artist, and author of the Cornflower Blue blog. She has spent many happy hours knitting since teaching herself the skill from a children's book in 2004.


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