Amy Snell is a knitter, instructor, and designer with an eye for the unusual or unusually captivating. Her aesthetic focuses on color, contrast, and texture, exploring unusual stitch patterns and clever construction in ways that are challenging but accessible.
Amy is a nationally-recognized teacher who has appeared at Rhinebeck, Fiberworld, and many regional festivals. She enjoys teaching others to expand the way they think about knitting, whether it’s acquiring a new technique or refining their skills to make knitting more enjoyable and the end results more satisfying.
Astrid Robitaille is a knitter and teacher with a passion for both knitting and helping others learn to love the craft. Her work has received top honors at several state fairs as well as the Rhinebeck Sheep and Wool Festival, and is a sought-after instructor throughout the northeast.
A lifelong knitter, Cheryl Murray is a CYCA-certified knitting instructor who has been teaching knitters of all levels for over 15 years. When not teaching, she designs for publications including Vogue Knitting, Knit Simple & NORO Magazine. Her favorite projects are Scandinavian stranded colorwork & Celtic cable designs. She lives in Lenexa, KS with her husband, Rick, and The Stash. You can find her on Ravelry, Twitter & Instagram as Prairieknits.