Toni Rexroat is the editor for Crochet Me. Outfitted with several crochet hooks and surrounded by
bins of yarn, she has been the assistant editor for Interweave Crochet magazine as well as PieceWork, Interweave Crochet's sister magazine. She was born and
raised in a little town in Wyoming where she was exposed to wool and other
fibers at an early age, and began crocheting in her early teens. Enjoying a
wide variety of fibery hobbies from crochet and knitting to sewing, she is
determined to learn to spin so she can crochet with her own yarn.
Learn more and find her blog on Toni Rexroat's Profile Page.
Marcy Smith is the editor of Interweave Crochet magazine. A lifelong crafter, she learned to crochet when she was 8. Other fiber loves include knitting, spinning and weaving. Before joining Interweave in late 2008, she worked as a crafts writer and blogger, as well as books-page editor, at the News & Observer in Raleigh. During a brief stint working in a yarn shop, she rocked a knitter's world by breaking the news to her that her heirloom knitted shawl was, in fact, crocheted. When not sleuthing out patterns, she hikes and bikes with her family in Cary, North Carolina.
Learn more and find her blog on Marcy Smith's Profile Page.
Lindsay Jarvis is the Assistant Editor for Interweave Crochet magazine. She has always been fascinated by the arts,
fashion, and crafting. Years ago, after picking up a pamphlet on how to knit,
she suddenly became fixated on fiber and began learning as much as
possible. As a self-taught crocheter and
knitter, she has endured many challenges along the way but enjoyed every moment! As a transplant from Ohio, she enjoys the
mountain air and picturesque views of Colorado. When not tangled up in yarn, Lindsay loves
to walk her two toy poodles, play around with vintage fashions, watch old
movies, and attend ballet classes.
Learn more and find her blog on Lindsay Jarvis's Profile Page.
Sarah Read is the project editor for Interweave Crochet. She discovered yarn in her mid-teens, and has immersed herself in it ever since, occasionally to the extent that the word “intervention” gets thrown around. Crocheting, spinning, and knitting happen daily in Sarah’s world. She’s a bit of a geek. Before joining Interweave in 2009, she worked in libraries and bookstores. She blogs on Crochet Me and tweets her enthusiasm over new crochet designs @CrochetSarahR. She is delighted to be working in a field where she can combine her love of the written word with her love of all things fiber.
Learn more and find her blog on Sarah Read's Profile Page.
Kim Werker (http://kimwerker.com) is an astigmatic expat writer, editor, blogger and public speaker who founded CrochetMe.com in 2004. Since then she has written six crochet books, served as the first editor of Interweave Crochet and spoken to groups all over North America about the wonders of crochet. She also knits, writes, reads avidly, spins yarn occasionally and speaks to groups about the wonders of online media. She lives in Vancouver, BC, where she works at a law-related technology start-up, blogs at several sites about life and craft, and enjoys walking Cleo, the mutt, in the woods.
Learn more and find her blog on Kim Werker's Profile Page.
Sharon Zientara is a former Assistant Editor for Interweave
Crochet. She learned all forms of stitching at a young age from two very
prolific crafters, her mother and grandmother, but is now on fire for
crochet. For over twenty years, she blazed a trail of yarn and sweaters
all across the Midwest, and worked on an alpaca farm here in Colorado.
Before joining Interweave in 2011, she worked in retail clothing, but
resolved not to buy anything she could knit herself. When not immersed
in fiber, she acquires more cats, eats, cooks and has a love affair with
great food, and watches as many films as she can.
Learn more and find her blog on Sharon Zientara's Profile Page.