What do you get when you combine an engineer, retired yarn shop employee, and perpetual swatcher?
A knitting designer who loves to teach! Kitty Bryan travels the United States and Canada to teach knitting design where students learn to create their own fabrics making the most of a yarn’s unique fiber, color, and stitch behavior. Her work focuses on showcasing hand-dyed yarn and exotic fibers. She is captivated by Gestalt principles and incorporates visual perception effects into her designs. Married with two sons, she maintains a studio in her home in Richland, WA. Her designs, available on Ravelry, have featured The Yarns of Rhichard Devrieze, Jacques Cartier, and Alexandra – The Art of Yarn. She is one of five international designers who participated in Rhichard Devrieze’s 2019 Year of Knitting Dangerously and her work has appeared in the Stitches United 2018 Fashion Show in Hartford, CT.