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Amy O'Neill Houck

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Amy O’Neill Houck is a writer and crochet and knitwear designer. She learned to crochet at the age of eight from her grandmother, Helen Markos Buschmann, and never stopped. Amy’s pattern line, AOH Designs is known for it’s patterns that beautifully balance fit, style and creative, fun construction. Amy is the former editor of Inside Crochet magazine. She writes about crochet technique, history and fashion for publications including Interweave Crochet, and Crochet Today magazines. Amy has appeared as a guest on Knitty Gritty.

Amy lives in Cordova, Alaska with her family where she's be able to make the most of her wooly stash. She's currently enrolled in the MFA program in creative nonfiction at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. Amy blogs a
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“Like a blanket to wear around your neck,” we agreed. I’d been chatting with Melissa, who owns Seaside Yarns–the lovely little yarn shop here in Juneau. We are both crocheters from childhood and we have strong associations with granny squares and the popular...

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