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.
Sarah has been knitting for a decade and enjoys learning everything about the craft while sharing those skills with others. As a firm believer of the forgiveness of knitting (it is just yarn after all), she strives to pass on the enjoyment of knitting to others.
Denise has been embarking on crafty adventures her whole life. Her grandmother taught her to knit when she was little, but her love of knitting was rekindled with the Stitch n Bitch movement in the early 2000s. When she’s not reveling in All Things Yarn she enjoys sewing, reading, and binge-watching Netflix.
Barry is a homegrown knitter who sprouted up from fibre space. He is an avid knitter who uses his experience in hair design to fuse together his love of design work and color selection. He loves the brioche stitch and entrelac and has designed patterns that incorporate both of these fascinating techniques. He excels in sharing information and his ability to explain the subject being taught always makes the learner feel comfortable and confident with the newly discovered technique.
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.