Enjoy an interview with Jen Beeman of Grainline Studio! She designed the Squirrel for Making No. 2 / FAUNA.
Enjoy an interview with Melanie Berg! She designed the Open Waters Shawl & Cowl for Making No. 2 / FAUNA.
Enjoy an interview with Bristol Ivy who designed the Throstle Stole for Making No. 2 / FAUNA!
"Curiosity is usually what inspires me the most. Many of the things I make are things that I'm curious to see if they'll work out visually, technically, or both. I like that there are so many variables at play with you're making something. Changing up just one of them can lead to some exciting and unexpected results!" - Carolyn Friedlander, designer of the Scales Wallhanging Quilt for Making No. 2 / FAUNA.
"I love the Butterfly & Cocoon project to no end. It turned out so good, better than I had dreamed! I am excited to see people start knitting their own versions and for little hands to start loving their own hand knit fauna." Enjoy an interview with Susan B. Anderson!
Enjoy an interview with Tif Fussell who designed the Woolly Tattoo Pillow for Making No. 2 / FAUNA!
Enjoy an interview with Anna Graham who designed the Wool and Wax Tote for Making No. 2 / FAUNA!
Enjoy an interview with Emily Walker who created all of the beautiful chapter opening illustrations for Making No. 2 / FAUNA.
"We work closely with makers based in Maine and throughout the United States, and I lean heavily on their expertise when designing new products. I might have the knowledge from a knitters perspective, but each of our makers brings their own set of skills to product creation, and that collaboration feels unique." - Whitney Hayward, Creative Director of Twig & Horn, a Making No. 2 / FAUNA sponsor!
"When Carrie announced the theme for Making Fall 2016 as Fauna, I instantly thought of cochineal and wanted to use it as the central dye and color for this project. Then, I thought of other fauna, which are best kept at bay, away from our stashes of yarn and fabric, like moths, and thought—I’ll make sachets!" - Enjoy a look at Kristine's dying process for the Rosa Sachets featured in Making No. 2 / FAUNA.
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