Madison Knitters' Guild is proud to host the following teachers at the 2019 Knit-In:

Susan B. Anderson lives with her family in Madison, Wisconsin. She has 
authored 6 knitting books including the best-selling Itty-Bitty Hats, Itty-Bitty Nursery and Itty-Bitty Toys series, Topsy-Turvy Inside-Out and Kids’ Knitting Workshop.  Susan has four popular online knitting workshops.  For the past 12 years, she has written her award-winning blog, found at In 2016, Susan and her son started a yarn and pattern company, Barrett Wool Co., found at Susan’s favorite part of her knitting career is being a knitting teacher where she loves traveling the country teaching and meeting knitters from all over the world.

Jan Falk is an artist, art teacher and life-long learner. Dabbling in textile media for years, she tried needle felting, learned wet felting from a library book, and has been wet felting ever since. She enjoys making nuno felt wearables, other felted accessories, jewelry, and framing felt mixed media works. Jan has taught at the Bead and Button Show, Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival, Madison Knit-In, MPS Rec. Dept. in Milwaukee, Wustum Art Museum, Racine, and Botanical Gardens in Madison, and continues to take felting workshops from recognized felt artists. She won a second place award at the 2018 Alverno Alumnae Art Exhibit, was the November 2016 Guest Artist at the Artists Gallery in Racine, shows her work in Southeastern Wisconsin, has work in several venues, and has been in juried shows: the Wisconsin Designer Crafts Council Biennial show 2018,  Wisconsin State Fiber Biennales (2017,15,13), Alverno Alumnae Exhibits, Warped Milwaukee. She enjoys teaching the wonders of wet felting to all students, novice and experienced.

Mary Germain has been a knitter most of her life, has been teaching                                            knitting, weaving