Alex Tinsley is a knitwear designer who specializes in cool, funky hat designs and has been doing so since 2006. Her work has been featured in magazines like Knit Scene and Knitty.com, and she recently released a collection in partnership with Malabrigo. Her website, Dull-roar.com, is the place she blogs about her knitting adventures.
Michael Wade was bitten by the fiber arts bug in 2004 and has never looked back. An avid spinner, Michael also produces the highly popular podcast Fiber Beat. When he’s not doing interviews he is helping coordinate the Men’s Fall Knitting retreat or teaching others to use a drop spindle at his local yarn store.
Alexis Winslow is an up and coming knitwear designer and artist. A textile print maker by day, she incorporates beautiful color work patterns and fashion forward designs into her work. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and self publishes her patterns on her website, Knitdarling.com. Her work has been featured in publications like Interweave Knits, Knitscene, and Brooklyn Tweed’s Wool People.
Karrie runs the incredibly popular knitting product review site KnitPurlGurl.com. Since 2008 she has been providing great content that has helped many a fiber lover make better buying decisions. She loves everything to do with the fiber arts and talks about it on her KnitPurlGurl podcast. She has some great advice for bloggers that I [...]
Whenever you interact with Lion Brand online, you’re probably talking to Jessica. She’s the one responding to your tweet, posting cool articles on Facebook, and answering your questions on Quora. She also makes some awesome knitting videos for the Lion Brand You Tube channel. Jess Hicks has been the face behind Lion Brand Yarn’s social media since 2008. She loves sock knitting and Batman (and, sometimes, knitting Batman socks). So pick up your pointy sticks, knit a little, and take a peek behind the curtain at Lion Brand.
Virginia Johnson is the creator and owner of Gather Here and Make Something, a stitch lounge in Cambridge, MA. After spending many years designing costumes for theater in NY and Boston, and films like The Social Network, she decided to put her creative energy into realizing her own artistic vision. The result was a warm [...]