MEET OUR TEAMthe goat gang that makes it all possible
KIT STROUD recently moved from North Carolina to a 62-acre farm in Grady County with her husband and daughter where they have been diligently renovating their farmhouse. Kit’s grandmother taught her how to crochet when she was about 10 years old. Kit says; “At my husband’s urging, I revived my crocheting skills this past January. In a few short months I went from crocheting uneven, lopsided scarves to creating unique “rag” dolls and animals.
SARAH ONDOCSIN | Her love of knitting and fibre all started with the desire to make a Harry Potter Gryffindor scarf a little over 15 years ago. Her grandmother took her to the local yarn shop in her hometown of Huntsville, AL and the rest is history. Sarah has since graduated from scarves and enjoys knitting socks, shawls, and sweaters. During the week, Sarah is a Speech-Language Pathologist for Gadsden County schools. You might also find her on stage in one of the local community theatre shows!
KAITLIN PARRAMORE has been knitting for 3 years with the fiendishness of a new convert. Her favorite colors are mustard and pink. She is also our new Social Media Maven.
CAROLINA KIDWELL-BOZEMAN loves playing with fiber in all forms. There is nothing more satisfying to her than spreading the therapeutic, creative and joyous qualities inherent in knitting. Carolina has been knitting since the age of 9, and picked it back up in college where she benefited from the meditative process of knitting instead of focusing only finishing the project. In her own knitting she embraces playing with color and texture when choosing a pattern.
LADANYA RAMIREZ SURMEIR first learned to knit with a friend, but only knew the two main stiches for many years. After taking the Building Blocks series she gained the confidence to take on more challenging projects. She loves knitting lace patterns because they are nice and airy. She is looking forward to learning more techniques like Fair Isle and eventually making a sweater!
BARBARA BELIVEAU learned to knit at age 5 and has been happily exploring fiber arts ever since. She is currently addicted to lace knitting and spinning fiber for SAORI style weaving but always has time for intriguing projects.
SUSAN JOHNSON has been knitting since she was a teenager. She is always looking for projects where a new skill or technique is learned. In her day job she provides training for a software company. Teaching knitting classes allows her to combine her training experience with her love of knitting. She is a huge Ravelry fan, where you can find her as SusanJ.
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