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Who We Are:

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff has a combined experience of over 200 years combined in knitting, crochet, spinning, weaving & more.


Latisha Wilcox,

Latisha is a married, mother of 8, girl scout leader, is involved with many charitable projcets/groups and advocate for (her) children.  She learned to crochet in the 4th grade and taught herself (mostly) to knit over 25 years ago, after discovering Sheep’s Clothing in a little office building on the corner of Wright and Van Gisen in Richland. Tish even learned to knit socks from our own Judie Wise!  She is a knitwear and crochet designer, professional seamstress, award winning costumer and owner of Knotted Fibers, under which she has made and sold various handmade products.

Abigayle Reed,

Abi has been knitting, crocheting and loom knitting since she was 5. As a girl scout, her interest started with earning badges and learning what kinds of stuff Mommy did, at the same time. She’s is very accomplished and has made exquisite shawls very quickly. She has been the VP of the Hanford HS Knitting & Crochet Club. She’s taught many younger, and older than herself. Abi is called on often for her unique experience in being a left handed crafter. She personally knows the hardships that come from being a lefty in a right-handed pattern written world. Abi has entered her projects in the adult show classes and has walked away with all blue ribbons. Her spinning has improved over the last few months, earning her a highest award for her most recently spun skein.

Elizabeth Reed,dsc_0208

Liz started Hanford High School’s Knitting Club and then turned it into the Knitting & Crochet Club. She’s been knitting for many years, just picked up crochet and spinning. Liz is a magnet for kids and especially those with special needs. She has patiently spent many hours teaching people from the young with autism to the older than her mother, who are teachers themselves, to knit and loom knit. Cooking is Liz’s first love though and she should be off to culinary school next year. She has so many WIPs & UFOs that even we can’t keep up. She’s picked up advanced techniques such as entrelac and brioche with ease. Honesty is one of her virtues that can be taken as abrasive, but she’s got a heart of gold and will say it’s wrong, if it’s wrong.

Charities & Other Organization Who We Support or Are Involved With:

The Cute Chemo Cap Project

Warrior Sisterhood

Project Warm-Up

Teenie Beanies, Tiny Linies & Bitty Booties (for Kadlec NICU)

Tri-Cities Pregnancy Network

Umatilla OR, Men’s Correctional Facility Crochet Group

Project Linus

Tri-Cities Cancer Center

Hanford High School Knit & Crochet Club

Southridge High School

Burbank High School

Knit In Public Day

Spin In Public Day

The National Needlearts Association

The Knitting Guild of America

The Crochet Guild of America


The Neeldearts Mentoring Program

The Spinner’s & Weavers Guild

Girl Scouts

Cub & Boy Scouts



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