"Skeins in the Stacks" is a book-themed yarn line developed by a yarnie librarian (That's me!). Combining my love of books and fibers, I have created interpretive yarn colorways inspired by my favorite stories.
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Gretchen Ellen Powers (@gretchenellenpowers)
Hello there! My name is Gretchen Ellen Powers. I'm an artist and illustrator residing among the tall trees of my imagination. Curious heart & avid pencil user.
Jan Richardson (@cdvgirl63)
Homeschooling my son who has TBI, we live in and love Alaska!
Rohn Strong (@rohnstrong)
Rohn Strong is an artist in Raleigh, NC. His yarn is outnumber only by his colored pencils...both of which are color coded. Obviously.
Brooklyn Tweed (@brooklyntweed)
We are passionate about wool, knitting and design. We develop and manufacture breed-specific yarns that support domestic textile production—designing, sourcing, dyeing and spinning our yarns within the USA. Our design team is committed to producing high-quality, sophisticated knitwear patterns for the modern handknitter, especially tailored for the wool yarns we create.
alexa and emily (@tincanknits)
We love to knit and design! A dynamic duo creating knitting patterns in Vancouver and Edinburgh
Ady Grafovna (@adygrafovna)
I love hard, talk fast, read prolifically, knit slowly, journal and scrapbook, and classify as an INFJ.
Ravelry ID: grafovna
Rosemary (Romi) Hill (@romidesigns)
Knitwear designer, author, teacher, mother, seeker of beauty, tree hugger, chocolate lover, sucker for a great pair of cowboy boots.
Knitter, spinner, sewing fan, tea drinker and dog lover. My shop of lovely things and knitty podcast can be found at www.littlebobbins.co.uk