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Magical Directory of Extraordinary Makers



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Alanna Okun


Alicia Knight of Bear Loom Studio
Instagram: @bearloom_studio

Alyssa Ki


Amanda Corvello
Amanda Solomon
Amber (Divine Debris)
Instagram: @divinedebris

Amber Griffiths


B
Brienne
Instagram: @brienne_moody

Bridge
Instagram: @the_handknit_tale

C
Callie Luhrman
Instagram: @magicalbeanknits

Camille Nguyen
Instagram: @cozybycamille

Carine Alexis
Instagram: @BKLYNSavant

Carla
Instagram: @MaysMade

Carla Julius
Carol-Ann
Instagram: @carol.ann.knits

Cherrelle Shelton


Corin
Instagram: @i.knit.u.knot

Crystal Green
Instagram:@tipsyhook
Website: Etsy shop
D
Daniela Contreras Flores
Instagram: @dcf_artistatextil

Danielle
Website: Ravelry

Denise Dawson
E
Emily Risë
Instagram: @tinylaser
Website: Ravelry

Erika
Instagram: @elctrkloveyarn

F
Fran Covarrubias Segovia


G
Instagram: @astitchtowear
Website: Ravelry: graceanna
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I
J
James-William
Instagram: @jamesmakesthings
Post: Behind The Stitches: James-William

Jacqueline

Jenna Wolf


Jessie Mae Martinson
Joice Oveja


Jules

Julia
Instagram: @9crafty11

Juliane Beard
Julie Robinson
Instagram: @julieatwork
K
Karen Barbé


Krista Suh
Instagram: @KristaSuh

L
Laerke Bagger
Instagram: @LaerkeBagger
info and sales e-mail her at laerkebagger@gmail.com

Lindsay Vega


London Kaye
Instagram: @madebylondon
Website: www.londonkaye.com


M

Magda
Instagram: @knittygrittyfibers

Melanie Falick
Instagram: @melaniefalick

N.
Natalie Thomas


Nina Dodd
Instagram: @ninadoddknits

Nkese Lewis


Nom


Nomagugu Sibanda
Website: Ravelry

O
Oejong Kim
Instagram: @loopymango
Website: www.loopymango.com
Post: 

Olivea Kelly
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Q
R
Rebecca Kevelson

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Sarah Neubert
Instagram:@s.neubert

Shay Johnson
Instagram: @knitandcroshay


Sole Salvo
Instagram: @solesoleil
Post: Behind The Stitches: Sole Salvo


Stephen West
Instagram: @westknits


Susan LaCroix 
of Water and Wool
Instagram: @waterandwool
Website: Ravelry

T
Tessa Perlow


Tiffany
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V
Vickie Howell
Instagram:@vickiehowell

Vincent W.
W
Windy Chien
Instagram: @windychien

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Y


yelley
Instagram: @yelleyknits
Website: Ravelry: yelley



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