Sara Grays has been knitting for 18 years and spinning for 13, has worked in two yarn stores, and enjoys designing her own patterns and making her own yarn. She’s taught children and adults alike to knit, with her easy to understand instructions and vast knowledge of fiber. She lives in Roseville with her wife, who lacks not in knitwear, and animal companions, whose hair often graces her knitting.</div>Minnesota is the home of many outstanding artists of the Somali diaspora. MMFS is pleased to be welcoming Ardho Ismail, Hawa Aden, Halwa Daud, and Amina Shire to teach Finger Weaving!
The Somali Museum’s mission is to celebrate and promote Somali culture and art, and they accomplish this mission in part by supporting the new work of our community’s artists.