Katelyn Dunn has been involved in fiber arts for nearly 15 years. Her love for the medium began at 11 when she learned how to knit, and in her own words, “It ‘spun’ out of control from there!” Katelyn was captivated and determined to learn as much as she could about the entire process.
Katelyn’s fiber art now starts with the sheep. She is hands-on for most of the fiber processing: cleaning, dyeing, combing, hackling, spinning, knitting, crochet, weaving, and felting local fiber to create unique, one-of-a-kind products.
In her fiber arts studio, Dunn Spunn, Katelyn creates, gives seminars, and lessons. She has been a guest teacher and demonstrator for many stores and events. Her teaching philosophy is approachability (“It’s just fluff”). Most of all, Katelyn loves an opportunity to share her passion with others.