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Meet Our Instructors

Susan loves to knit

Susan Heller

Like many of us, Susan's mother provided her with the fundamentals of knitting. From there, she learned the art of cable stitches and lace work. Susan now teaches and gives classes for the Teaching Museum. She specializes in making shawls, sweaters, hats, and lacy gloves.  ​​

Knitting Artists

Susan Stier

Susan is a self taught knitter and loves all aspects of knitting. She finds it to be very relaxing and enjoys teaching others. She specializes in making shawls, hats and scarves.

Susan Stier uses knitting as a means of relaxtion

Textile & Weaving Artist

We are currently looking for a Textile & Weaving Instructor. If you are interested in teaching give us a call and we can talk about it. However, if you are interested in a class still give us a call.                                                              717-873-8960

Fiber Arts Artist

Hand knitted scarf

Debbie Mancuso

Debbie's interest in the fiber arts began when she and her husband purchased a farm in the southern part of York County. Breeding Border Leicester sheep for their wool led to her studying the different fiber arts. She has been a participant  of the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival for over 25 years. Her involvement in the 4-H Club led her to start the first fiber club in York. She taught members about different fibers, hand spinning, felting, and craft making. She is the founder of the Teaching Museum and provides demonstrations to other organizations, businesses, schools, agencies, and museums throughout York County.

Background is from a picture of a hand knitted scarf
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