Kim McBrien Evans
Curiosity and exploration are the name of the game for knitwear designer and indie hand dyer, Kim McBrien Evans.
A lifelong love of colour, texture, and pattern prompted Kim to transition from working artist to textile maven. Her knitwear designs are known for their ability to turn an abstract idea into a textile reality while simultaneously fitting and flattering every body.
Her yarn company, Indigodragonfly, is renowned for its vibrant colours, offbeat names, and ever expanding plan for world domination. She lives and works in the woods of Central Ontario.
Explore Kim's many designs in her design gallery at https://kimmcbrienevans.ca/home/design-gallery/
Purchase digital copies of some of Kim's patterns here (more patterns being added frequently): https://indigodragonfly.ca/collections/patterns-by-kim-mcbrien-evans
Interested in taking a class from Kim? Check out her current classes and speaking engagements at https://kimmcbrienevans.ca/mcbrienevansclasses/
Want to hire Kim to speak or teach at your event? Contact her.
Kim McBrien Evans and Kate Atherley. Custom Shawls for the Curious and Creative Knitter. Abrams Press. 2020. Download Errata
Kim McBrien Evans. "A Handful of Grains". Uppercase Magazine 45, edited by Janine Vangool, Uppercase Publishing Inc., 2020.
Kim McBrien Evans. "Sew Brave: Cut and Dye". The Sewcialists blog, May 27, 2019. https://thesewcialists.com/2019/05/27/sew-brave-cut-and-dye/
Kim McBrien Evans. "Mark of the Hand, Mark on the Heart". A Stash of One's Own: Knitters on Loving, Living with, and Letting Go of Yarn, edited by Clara Parkes, Abrams Press, 2017, Pages 165-169.