1. Jenny Doh is founder of Crescendoh… like an online magazine but daily like a newspaper. She is former Editor-in-Chief of Somerset Studio magazine.

    She loves to knit, crochet, stay fit, play the cello, and spend time with her family.

    Jenny has authored the following books: "Creative Pilgrimage," "Art Saves" and "Signature Styles." She has co-authored "Where Women Create: Book of Inspiration."

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  2. Reliquary pieces are a longtime fascination for Alix, where sacred objects are held in tiny boxes close at hand to honor the entity that it houses. Alix’s reliquaries, ranging from 18k gold branches, feathers, pearls and loose precious stones, safely nestled under crystal have become her signature design concept. Alix Blüh's jewelry can be found in a number of high end retailers including the Sundance Catalog, Imagine (Santa Barbara, CA), FINI (Seattle, WA), New York Adorned (NYC) and COG & Pearl (Brooklyn, NY). In addition, her work is also shown in galleries all over the USA, and in 8 other countries. She runs an atelier gallery in San Francisco called Modern Relics.


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  3. Maggie is a Vermont-based fiber artist, with deep roots in Oakland, California where she and her mother started their knitting design business, Pick Up Sticks. Maggie is interested in stretching the boundaries of what people expect from knitting, so she shies away from “wearables” and instead designs life-size knitted and felted flowers, delicate owl hats for newborns, and sturdy Ugg-style boots. She loves to play with innovation, including unusual stitch techniques, blending fiber with fabric, and shrinking wool knits down into moldable, sculptural shapes.

    Maggie is the author of two books on felted knits, Felt It and Felt Forward.

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  4. Rad Megan has been crafting, baking, cooking, drawing, sculpting and gardening since she could hold a crayon. As a former member of corporate-America, she swapped her suit jacket for a non-stick smock in 2010 and hasn't looked back. She's an experienced marketing professional, craft show vendor, seasoned event coordinator, photography instructor, Funny or Die prop-maker, and freelance writer who approaches every new craft with the same mantra, “how hard could it be?” Megan's goal for the blog, "In Words and Pictures" is to provide crafts, recipes and inspiration to make every day a little more rad.


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  5. Jody Alexander on her artwork: “I like to give people just so much information and then let them run with it. Let them take what experiences they’ve had so far in life and fill in the blanks.”

    Jody’s artwork always starts with a book. Whether she’s binding a book or taking it apart to make a sculptural piece – books serve as the anchor for Jody’s art. As a librarian and bookmaker, she is surrounded and inspired by books everyday.

    Jody loves to bind books in a style that leaves the stitching exposed on the spine and she enjoys recreating historical structures. She often combines her books with items that she’s gathered to create sculptural pieces and installations. The books, objects and other items that Jody creates tell her stories.

    Her artwork has been exhibited internationally and she has taught book arts in Boston, New York City and San Francisco. Jody has recently opened Wishi Washi Studio, her own teaching space in Santa Cruz, California.


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