Book a Yarnegram

Are you looking for a unique gift for a yarn lover in your life that’s… not yarn? Book them a Yarnegram!

A Yarnegram is a personalized video message from an indie knit or crochet designer. You can book a Yarnegram to celebrate a birthday, holiday or “just because.”

Once you book, wait for your Yarnegram to be recorded. We will do our best to meet the timeframe indicated and requested. Once it’s completed, we’ll share your Yarnegram via Dropbox.

Browse our available talent below and fill out the form with your request. 

Who is available to record a Yarnegram?

A Franco-Māori woman wearing pink knit top poses with her chin on her hand.

Francoise is a Franco-Māori American Australian knitwear designer and design coach living in San Antonio, Texas. Her designs focus on transforming stories into stitches by incorporating her indigenous background into her work.

A white woman wears a gray crocheted top.

Stephanie Erin is an experienced crochet and Tunisian designer. She focuses on modern design elements that make knitters want to pick up a hook. Size inclusivity is not an issue with Stephanie’s mathematical magic. She continues to come up with unique designs that are accessible to all levels of experience.

A Black woman in a pink T-shirt holds gray and gold yarn up to her face.

Marceline’s love of fiber and fabric is a heart-centered approach to making accessories and other items that are Knit to Fit. Well-made and handmade are a beautiful combination for learning pieces that you can live and share.

A white woman with brown wavy hair wearing a moss green sweater and pink skirt.

Mary Annarella has been entertaining knitters through her cheeky newsletter and gorgeous knitwear designs since 2010. She infuses her patterns with clarity, a love of the craft, and a bit of humor. Her mkals are known for their pop-culture references and a touch of silliness.

A black woman wearing a denim jumpsuit sits with a colorful crocheted afghan in her lap.

Toni Lipsey, the designer and instructor behind TL Yarn Crafts, strives to inspire other’s creativity through online tutorials and modern, approachable crochet patterns. Toni learned to crochet from her mother as a teenager and has been exploring the possibilities of yarn ever since. Her current design obsessions are oversized shawls and modern home decor. When she’s not crocheting, you can find Toni cuddled with her 2 kittens and husband in her Ohio home, binge-watching the latest true-crime thriller on Netflix. Follow her daily crochet journey on Instagram and pick up her book, The Tunisian Crochet Handbook, and patterns on tlyarncrafts.com.

Two woman wearing purple blazers, one with teal hair, smile at the camera.

Gigi and Jasmin Knitmore, have over 80 years of shared knitting experience. They uplift, enlighten, and entertain on weekly episodes of the Knitmore Girls podcast. The Knitmores have been welcoming listeners virtually into their homes since 2008, sharing their loving and unique multigenerational dynamic, along with Gigi’s clothing construction background, Jasmin’s boundless enthusiasm, and their shared thoughtful approach to all things fiber. They are occasionally joined by Jasmin’s 9 year-old daughter, Genevieve, who brings fresh perspective and joy to the episodes she graces.

They live across the street from each other in sunny San Jose, CA.

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