She learned to crochet in Peru, in the granny square era, and still has an unfinished blanket tucked away. While living in Costa Rica, she took up counted cross stitch and slowly covered her walls with samplers.
Kerry started knitting as a child in the pursuit of every fibre craft merit badge the Girl Scouts offered, and picked up her needles again in college to join the ranks of proud public knitters. She is constantly on the lookout for bright colors and interesting patterns, and loves to dive into historical knitting and other needlecraft patterns and practices.
Will is a home-grown knitter. With a mother who loved crochet and embroidery, knitting sort of fell into his lap at a young age. Will has taught professionally in New York City at Lion Brand Yarn Studio and Parsons: the New School for Design.