Debra Lee has been an active member of the fiber arts/knitting community in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area for more than 25 years. In 2002 she turned her passion for knitting into her vocation after 25 years as a business systems designer and program director. She is a Craft Yarn Council of America-certified knitting teacher and has taught beginner and advanced knitting technique and design classes at local yarn shops, conferences and at private venues for 15 years. As a studio artist, she loves exploring ways to push the boundaries of traditional fiber techniques to create contemporary art and one-of-a-kind wearables. Her work is on display in the Textiles 101 interactive gallery at The Textile Museum in Washington, D.C. and published in "1000 Artisans Textiles," by Sandra Salamon & Gina M. Brown. She also has received judge's recognition on several of her fiber art works at the Potomac Fiber Arts Gallery in Alexandria, Virginia. For the hand-knitter, her patterns can be found in Knitter's magazine, Knit 'n Style, A Gathering of Lace and The Best of Knitter's Jackets for Work and Play and in her Ravelry store Debra M. Lee Designs (ID: debraknits-va).
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