Clare Crespo makes food look like non-edible things and uses non-edible things to look like food. She has a new cookbook out called "Hey There, Cupcake!" She learned to crochet from her Grandmother, but her Grandmother did not teach her how to crochet hamburgers.
DJ Funnywalk was established by Richard Aldrich in 2002 and was first presented at "Landing," which is located at the corner of Wythe and North 3rd in Brooklyn, NY.
Annelies de Kort lives in The Netherlands, is 54 years old, married to Peter and the mother of two adult girls. In her home is one room in which her dollhouses and miniatures are exhibited. She sometimes gives workshops in this room. Twice a year you can find her at the International Dollhouse Fair in Arnhem.
Andrea Dunlap was raised on an organic farm in northern California. Later this year she is relocating to Lima, Peru, to begin work on a photography project.
Josh Faught lives and crochets in Chicago.
Chie Fukao is an artist living in Tokyo.
Hanna Fushihara runs Little Cakes in New York and is the curator/buyer for HaNNa in Tokyo. She also happily makes her own work at home surround by her husband David, dog, two cats, and lots of plants.
Jim Finn is a Chicago-based artist best known for his film/video works, which have screened internationally at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, New York International Children's Film Festival and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
Stephanie Klose is the Associate Design Editor at Lion Brand Yarn in New York City.
Mandy McIntosh studied Knitwear Design and worked at KENZO in Paris. She left there to make films and continues to work in moving images as well as in a socially engaged practice. Most recently, the atelier she runs, Ham and Enos, was awarded a BAFTA for a collaborative net.artwork between Mandy, Kaffe Matthews and Zeena Parkins, examining the recreational and occupational sound experienced by astronauts in outer space.
Sheila Pepe lives and works in New York City where she is represented by Susan Inglett Gallery. Pepe also teaches at Rhode Island School of Design, Providence and Pratt Institute, Brooklyn.
Sherri Wood resides in Durham, North Carolina where, as part of her studio practice, she works with people who are grieving to make functional improvisational quilts from the clothing of the deceased.
KnitKnit 5 was designed by Kevin O'Neill.