I was born in Russia and learned to knit as a girl because knitting is very popular there and almost every Russian woman knows how to knit. After adopting my cat Mittens, I started collecting his beautiful hair and for years did not know what to do with it, until one day I had a brilliant idea on making yarn with it.
I found Maddy’s Etsy shop, Little Ragdoll Cat, went to check it out and thought it was really cute. Lucky for us, she was game for an interview.
Learn more about the creative genius behind Edgars Attic on Etsy – Debra makes felt catnip cat toys.
Thank you to Kaori Mitsushima of Cats I Know for letting me interview her for our blog. Kaori has a 2013 Cat Calendar.
I’m really lucky to be able to use my sense of humor and my love of kitties to help me make a living. I dabbled in pottery making in high school art classes.
Hi! My name is Becca Kacanda and I am the creator behind the shop Ultra Terrestrial. At this time I’m making mostly jewelry, mostly out of shrinky dinks
While not exactly a Granda Moses, I was a bit of a latecomer to art. I started out working in clay when I took classes in sculpting at the Smithsonian.
I live on the northern coast of California in the quaint little community of Carmel. I work from my home studio, with a view of oaks and pine forest. Kitty cats from my neighbors’ homes, along with squirrels and blue jays, often come to visit outside my window!
Meet Vera Sorokina of the LindVera Shop on Etsy. She makes miniature pets out of felted wool.
I have been an Artist/crafter since I was in first grade. My mom showed me my school papers where you were suppose to draw five birds to learn counting.