The FibreShare Tribe: 15 Knitters To Follow Right Now

March 4, 2017

We’re so pumped to launch the first share of 2017!  Your sign up forms have been pouring in, and we’ve been eagerly skimming through all your fun hobbies, yarn philosophies, funny comments.. We’re just really excited.

Here’s a roundup of some participants who stood out to us, and you should get in the FibreShare spirit by saying hi on Instagram!  Who knows, maybe you’ll even be lucky enough to snag one of these folks as a partner… 😉

*Photos are reposts from each featured person.  Please visit them directly by clicking on their photos/links!


Life Is Cozy

Photo Via: instagram.com/life_is_cozy/

1.  @life_is_cozy

Meet Ksenia, a knitter who just launched a beautiful website, filled with patterns, tutorials, and inspo!

McKenzie @emtothetird knitter zine makera

Photo Via: instagram.com/emtothethird/

2.  @emtothethird

Meet McKenzie, a knitter who also draws zines and has some bomb ass glasses.  Seriously, we really love her glasses, LOL.

knitcher handcrafted wood childrens toys

Photo Via: instagram.com/theknitcher/

3.  @theknitcher

Meet Chris, a knitter who also has an Etsy shop filled with handcrafted wood children’s toys!

kari fisher designs block printed fabric

Photo Via: karifisherdesigns.com

4. @theculbears

Meet Kari, a knitter who also makes stunning block printed fabrics & home goods!

Dea Tattooed Knitters Punk Rock Unicorn Hand Dyed Yarn

Photo Via: instagram.com/tattooedknitters/

5. @tattooedknitters

Meet Dea, tattoo artist by day, knitter by night.  She has an awesome indie dyed yarn brand called Punk Rock Unicorn!

foothills flowers wedding flowers and natural dyes

Photo via: instagram.com/foothills_flowers/

6.  @foothills_flowers

Meet Sadie, a knitter who also runs a flower farm!  She and her husband grow organic flowers for weddings and markets, AND they sell natural dye stuff + naturally dyed yarns.  SUPER cool.

Caitlin Ffrench knitwear designer natural dyer

Photo via: instagram.com/ffrench/

7.  @ffrench

Meet Caitlin, a knitter who is best known for her badass knitwear patterns and natural dye prowess.

Kindred Red Hand Dyed Indie Yarn

Photo Via: instagram.com/kindred.red/

8.  @kindred.red

Meet Amalia, a knitter who hand dyes some seriously magical yarns!

Ink Bags handmade knitting project bags

Photo Via: https://www.instagram.com/ink.bags/

9.  @ink.bags

Meet Erika, a knitter who designs and sews rad project bags.

Tessa Awalt-Conley Interim Knits Podcaster and Intern at Wing and a Prayer Farm

Photo Via: instagram.com/tessentury/

10.  @tessentury

Meet Tessa, a knitter who also spins, interns at @wingandaprayerfarm, AND hosts a podcast called Interim Knits!

Sarah Robbins Illustrator Knitter

Photo Via: instagram.com/sarahrobbinsdraws/

11. @sarahrobbinsdraws

Meet Sarah, a knitter who also illustrates dope stickers and whimsical prints.

Ash Alberg Sunflower Knits Pattern Designer

Photo instagram.com/sunflowerknit/

12.  @sunflowerknit

Meet Ash, a knitter who designs GORgeous knitwear that still looks cozy enough for everyday use.

 

handmade dolls by minimadchen/

Photo Via: instagram.com/minimadchen/

13.  @minimadchen

Meet Dani, a knitter who also dyes yarn and hand-sews some of the most adorable dolls we’ve seen around the block.

Virginie and Argos her dog @vhc_717

Photo Via: instagram.com/vhc_717/

14.  @vhc_717

Meet Virginie (and her dog Argos), a fab knitter who… well we just think she has a really cute dog.  You should follow her just to see her dog haha. Not kidding.

Rachel Beckman Multi Media Artist Illustrator Weaver

Photo Via: instagram.com/rachelbeckman/

15.  @rachelbeckman

Meet Rachel, a super cool knitter who also creates multi-media art that we ADORE.  Weavings, paintings, zines… This chick can do it all.

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2 Comments

  • Reply Ruby Quiroz March 5, 2017 at 8:16 pm

    How awesome! It’s nice of you to feature these talented gals 🙂 It’s awesome to look behind the curtain of those that knit, crochet, weave, spin, and dye to see what they do in their day to day life. It is as if you get to know them more personally

  • Reply Katy Torrey March 11, 2017 at 8:17 pm

    That is wonderful how you are sharing these wonderful fiber artist. I would have never know about them. Your site is very inspiring to see that there a lot of us out there some well known other just riding the wave of dyes to learn from the masters. I can’t wait to see whom my partners are and make some new fiber friends.

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