We hate to say goodbye, so we’ll say
“Hope to see you soon.”
“Chief Knitting Officer”
Caroline is the founder and CEO of Yarnosphere.
When she is not knitting up yarn selected by her children, Caroline consults in the jewelry industry and has spent a good part of her career in various trade show positions. She is a best-selling author and appears as Knitilla in The Knitting Show.
Caroline collects yarn in every color ranging from maroon to burgundy.
You may call Caroline at
310-941-4033 or use the links below. She’s also on Ravelry.
“Yarna longa, vita brevis”
Amy is Yarnosphere’s chief of operations.
She is the author of several best-selling consumer software programs and the chief writer for (and appears as Demo Hands on) The Knitting Show. She’s also a machine knitter but she spends most of her time making other people fix — uh, encouraging others to improve their knitting skills.
Amy’s friends call her knitting color choices ‘parrot in a blender.’
“The Shopping Sheep”
Our confident and stylish mascot, Shirley, keeps everything at Yarnosphere sheep-shape.
Shirley started her career as a baahllerina, but then her life took a ewe-turn and she became a columnist for The Wool Street Journal. Her hobbies include vacationing in Baahli and making baahklava. She’s also attracted to baaaahd boys, and has dated several St. Louis Rams. She was briefly engaged to a wolf, but broke it off after she caught him dressing up in her clothing.
Shirley has no favorite colors, but often hears people suggest she’d be terrific “dressed in mint green, jealous!” … or was that, “dressed with green mint jelly?”