Pittsburgh's Knit, Crochet, Quilt & Creative Arts Festival!!

DoubleTree by Hilton, Green Tree, PA 15205, August 24-26, 2023

Pam Bice

Pam Bice has been sewing since 7th grade, but came into quilting full time in 2015.  She began teaching quilting at JoAnn Fabrics; Mt. Lebanon Continuing Education and CCAC prior to 2020. Since then, she has been teaching private and group lessons, while continuing to study new techniques. She is a member of Three Rivers Quilters, […]

Rebecca Hebert

Rebecca Hebert, owner of First Child Designs, began weaving after retiring from a 32 year career in fundraising. She weaves on multi shaft floor and table looms, rigid heddle and inkle looms. In addition to teaching at the Pgh Center of the Arts, she also gives private lessons at her McKees Rocks studio.

Sheila Drevna

Pittsburgh native Sheila Drevna is an award winning quilter that began her quilting journey in 2004 after a serious illness which resulted in permanent motor and sensory nerve damage in 2000. Sheila is a proficient longarm quilter using her Handi Quilter Fusion. She enjoys couching yarn onto jackets and quilts. Her latest art quilt Hippy […]

Terri & Brian Haynes

Terri and Brian Haynes are a making couple. Terri is the owner and chief dyer of AT Haynes House Yarns. She is also a published author and the committee chairwoman of DMV Fiber Friends. Brian is the sewist behind Uncle Brian Bags and an HR professional in his day job. Brian also quilts and is […]

Varian Brandon

Varian Brandon started knitting at age eight.  A trip to the islands of Great Britain rekindled a love of color and created an interest in the love of Fair Isle design and construction.  She is currently designing stranded  colorwork patterns for several yarn companies, as well as her own website.  Additionally, her designs have been […]

Valerie Moreno

Hi! My name is Valerie and I see the world through a yarn-lovers lens. There is A LOT of engineering and hard science required to knit a sock. And it’s a functional garment? And it’s a piece of wearable art? We create something from nothing – sticks and flimsy string– and that is mysterious. Some […]