Michele Lee Bernstein

Michele Lee Bernstein specializes in designing accessories, especially if they use one or two skeins of very special yarn. She’s fond of texture (brioche, lace, entrelac, elongated stitches) and loves how interesting techniques can be used to make small objects sing. Her patterns are available through Ravelry.com. Michele loves teaching knitters to be the boss of their knitting! She teaches at local yarn shops, fiber festivals (Red Alder Fiber Arts Festival, Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival, Vogue Knitting Live), and retreats. She even teaches remotely through Zoom. Michele blogs about knitting, food, and music at PDXKnitterati.com. You can also find her on Instagram, Facebook, Ravelry, and Twitter as @PDXKnitterati on all platforms.
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Meghan Jones

Meghan Jones lives and knits in beautiful Washington state with her husband, four kids, two dogs, two cats and eight chickens. She has a BFA in Fibers and Textiles with extensive work on the compu-dobby loom, Japanese wax resist natural dyes, painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, and photography. She now designs knitwear under her own label, Little NutMeg Productions, as well as contributing patterns to magazines, books, and yarn companies. You can find more of her work at www.littlenutmegproductions.com, or on Ravelry at www.ravelry.com/designers/meghan-jones.

Kate Atherley

Kate Atherley learned to knit at a young age from her immensely talented grandmother, Hilda. However, her immersion in knitting didn't take full hold until after university, when she found herself with lots of spare time and a yarn shop around the corner. Kate started with knitting socks, then designing socks, and today, she's a knitting teacher, designer, technical editor and author. Her books include "Beyond Knit & Purl" and "Knit Accessories: Essentials & Variations."
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Sally Melville

In more than 50 years of knitting and 35 years of teaching, Sally Melville has taken hundreds of finished garments off her needles and taught hundreds of different classes. Today, she is the author of seven knitting books including Sally Melville Styles, The Knitting Experience series and Knitting Pattern Essentials. Her gift for making knitting simple, useful and fun has long made Sally a beloved instructor. Sally is dedicated to helping knitters make pieces they'll be proud to show the world!
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Lucy Neatby

A former navigation officer for British cargo ships, Lucy Neatby now finds herself submerged in the fabulous world of fiber. Whether designing, writing or instructing, she strives to bring out the true fun in knitting. Her website, Lucy Neatby Designs, is no different. Lucy is also the face behind a series of instructional DVDs, Learn with Lucy, and the author of popular books, including Cool Socks Warm Feet, Cool Knitters Finish in Style and A Little Book of BIG Holes for Hand-Knitters.
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Eunny Jang

Eunny Jang started knitting as a child, and has loved transforming raw materials into garments and accessories ever since. Her knitting blog, See Eunny Knit, documented her lace and other knitting adventures in the early days of knit blogging. She is also a past editor of Interweave Knits magazine, the founding editor of Knits Weekend and Knits Wear magazines, and the past host of the PBS show Knitting Daily TV. Eunny's love of knitting and immense knowledge of the craft make her lessons as engaging as they are enlightening.
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Mary Beth Temple

Mary Beth Temple is a long-time designer of knit, crochet, and sewing patterns, as well as a lover of any type of craft that comes across her path! She can often be found crafting by the beach near her home in Wilmington, North Carolina, and makes no guarantees that there won’t be sand in her samples. With more than a dozen books to her name, Mary Beth is a prolific designer whose independent work can be found under her brand name, Hooked for Life. You can check out her doings at www.HookedforLifePublishing.com, where you'll also find links to her social media outlets. Mary Beth is particularly fond of making videos for her blog and her YouTube channel, www.YouTube.com/c/HookedforLifewithMaryBethTemple.
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Jill Wright

Jill Wright began making her own clothes at an early age, learning to sew and knit at the age of six, then picking up crochet at age eight. She has experience in machine sewing and machine knitting, rubber stamping, beadwork, spinning, cross stitch, felting, and a multitude of other crafts. Jill began designing in 2007, has been published in several knitting and crochet magazines, and is the author of the book Take the Fear Out of Cables. She has contributed designs to several other books and has designed for various yarn companies. Jill work can be found on Woolcrafting.com, a site dedicated to teaching beginners crochet and felting, and Scarffinity.com. Jill also is enthusiastic about Jazzercise and has been a regular instructor since 2014 at her local Jazzercise studio in Conifer, Colorado.
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Corrina Ferguson

Corrina Ferguson is a knitting designer, instructor, and technical editor based in sunny Florida where 60 degrees is considered sweater weather. She is a lifelong crafter with an unreasonable amount of love for math and is always working to use math to make better knitting patterns. Corrina is the author of two knitting books and has published designs in a wide variety of magazines, books, knitting websites, and with yarn companies. She also publishes designs under her own brand, Craftstar Studios. Her favorite type of knitter is the adventurous beginner, because there is nothing better than a knitter who is willing and eager to learn. She believes that there is always something new to learn and fun ways to perfect your craft!
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