Lisa Anne Auerbach taught herself to knit from a library book a decade ago and currently makes photographs, sweaters, and publications in Los Angeles. Her empire of self-publishing includes American Stuccolow, The Casual Observer (with Daniel Marlos) and StealThisSweater.com (for badass knitters).
Tova Carlin is an artist, fighter, and beachgoer.
Sarah Carrington is one half of the London-based curatorial partnership B+B. Founded in 2000 with Sophie Hope, B+B organize exhibitions, workshops and events. They also evaluate, research and write on socially engaged art practice.
Dave Cole still itches when he thinks about fiberglass.
Lynne Cooney is the Exhibitions Coordinator for the School of Visual Arts at Boston University.
Hope Hilton recently completed a self-guided walk through downtown Atlanta, GA. She is currently making a book for you.
Luren Jenison graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and now lives in Philadelphia.
Cindy Ludlum is a graduate sculpture student at Boston University School for the Arts. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a multimedia installation artist.
Lacey Jane Roberts is an MFA student at the California College of Arts (and Crafts). She installs knitted text in rooms and on buildings.
Tilleke Schwarz was born in 1946 and lives in The Netherlands in a small town near Delft.
Allison Smith is a New York based visual artist who received her MFA in sculpture from the Yale School of Art (1999) and participated in the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program (1999-2000). Her work has been shown at numerous galleries and museums in the US, and abroad, including PS1/MoMA and the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art.
Lisa Solomon is an artist living in Oakland, California with her husband, two dogs and three cats.
Emily Spivack founded the not-for-profit organization in New York City called Shop Well With You, which helps women with cancer use clothing as a creative means towards wellness. She graduated from Brown University in 2001 with a degree in art/semiotics.
True Heart Collaborations is a group of five Atlanta, GA artists who make artwork as a group. The core members are Jenn Brown, Julia Kubica, Aubrey Pope, Karen Tauches and Shana Wood.
Cecilia Vicuña is a poet and artist from Chile, now living in New York. The author of 16 books and multiple recordings, her performances and installations have been at the Whitney Biennial (1997) and many other venues.
KnitKnit 6 was designed by A. Lucille Shanik.