Meagan Condon is a librarian and fiber artist who has been making her own yarn for over a decade. She has experience weaving, crocheting, and knitting. She is also a woodworker and makes many of her own tools.
Meagan has taught fiber arts across the Midwest at fiber retreats, yarn stores and conferences like Knitting in the Heartland and Ply Away. When she is not teaching or spinning, she is writing. Her work can be found in Spin-Off Magazine and Ply Magazine.
Meagan strives to grow the fiber arts community through digital connection, free and open access to information, and by helping artists develop their skills through experimentation.
She has two Shiba Inu who enjoy screaming when she makes them come inside from sunbathing, a tiny human who rolls on the floor, and a somewhat larger, man-shaped human who sometimes paints miniature models for a live audience.