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     Amy Tyler 

Amy’s formal training was in modern dance, kinesiology, and physiology. She then spent years teaching physical therapy students about critical inquiry, evidence-based practice, and research design. In 2004, she left the academic life to pursue fibers arts. Amy resides in beautiful Benzie county, in the northwest corner of the lower peninsula of Michigan. In addition to teaching at the Knit-In Amy will also be our keynote speaker. She will be presenting The Value Process. 

Amy’s website is www.stonesockfibers.com


    Carson Demers

Pattern and structure have always fascinated Carson. He sought to understand and participate in them at a young age through crochet, knitting, and dance. Later he came to realize them through human anatomy, physiology, and movement leading him to becoming a physical therapist nearly 30-years ago. Carson devoted himself to the further study of ergonomics after his own experience with repetitive stress injuries left hime unable to knit or treat patients for 2 years. Carson brings over 20-years of ergonomic experience with a goal of demystifying ergonomics, and teaching knitters, spinners, and other textile workers root-causes of their discomfort, speed, efficiency or lack thereof. Carson’s book Ergo I Knit can be purchased on his website www.ergoiknit.com


    Cori Eichelberger

Cori is a former high school English teacher for at-risk students, whom she also taught to knit. She has over 20 years’ experience teaching beginning knitting and technique classes and her workshops are popular at yarn shops and retreats throughout the United States. Cori co-authored the book Minnesota 52: 16 Knits Inspired by the Road in 2017. And in the Fall of 2020, she published Knitwords: 8 Patterns and 10 Musings that Celebrate the Knitter. Cori alsoproduces a bi-weekly YouTube podcast – “Irocknits” – where I try to inspire knitters to make beautiful sweaters and shawls while providing Tips and Tricks and a touch of humor. Cori’s website is www.irocknits.com


   Jennifer Sussana Miller 

Jennifer brings her background in marketing, psychology, counseling, art history, science, and metaphysics to the knitting classroom. A yarn and color designer, Jennifer is the creator of Theodora’s Pearls, internationally-known handpainted and hand-dyed yarns, featuring unusual and luxury fibers. Jennifer is dedicated to promoting creative confidence in every knitter, enhancing knitting skills, and encouraging new and innovative experimentation in yarn! A self-taught artist, sourcing inspiration from the natural world, folk art, and historical textiles, she shares her own creative journey as an example of how you can express yourself through fiber, creating beauty, harmony, and functionality.


    Mary Jo Harris

Mary Jo Harris lives in the knitting mecca of Madison, WI.  She has been a teacher all of her adult life and has formally taught knitting for over 10 years at various Sheep and Wool Festivals, Fiber Festivals, Knit-In's, Madison College, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Wisconsin Craft Market, and Sunset Yarn. For the past 7 years, she has included Chair Caning classes to her teaching repertoire and has taught local classes in addition to classes at the WI Sheep and Wool Festival, Iowa Sheep and Wool Festival, Shepherd’s Harvest (in Minnesota), Missouri Fiber Retreat, and Michigan Fiber Festival. Under her designer name of Jo Harris, Mary Jo designs knitting patterns and has written a book entitled 'Double Knitting - Inside Out'.  An active member of the Madison (WI) Knitters’ Guild and an employee of the Wisconsin Craft Market, Mary Jo loves any opportunity to discuss anything and everything knitting-related.  



   Bev Larson

Bev is a born and raised and stayed Hoosier. All her life she has been interested in creating with her hands. in 1988 she was introduced to basket making and the rest is history. It is her love and passion. Bev's styles and creativity have evolved over time but the passion has never left. In 2016 Bev had the honor of being named an Indian Artisan by the state of Indiana, juried in both baskets and brooms. She loves to see the joy her baskets and brooms bring to others. All her products are proudly made in Lafayette, Indiana. Bev's website is www.beebeesbaskets.com


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