Susan Huxley is a nationally published author and editor who has written and edited books, magazine articles, and patterns for almost two decades.
can develop a book from concept to publication, writes and ghostwrites instructions, edits the work of other authors, and makes process samples for photography.
has organized and styled fashion and step-by-step photo shoots; spearheaded the publication of books, magazines, and sewing patterns; designed garments; produced brochures; and tried her
best to keep her
fabric and yarn stashes under control.
Nurtured in a family of stitchers, Susan
developed an appreciation for the needle arts at an early age.
This passion inevitably merged with her
now lives in a 150-year-old home in historic downtown Easton, Pennsylvania, with her
husband and standard poodle .
had key roles in the books " Serger Secrets ," "Sewing Secrets from the Fashion Industry ," "Secrets for Successful Sewing," " The Insider’s Guide to Stabilizers ," and Sandra Betzina’s "No Time to Sew" and "Power Sewing Step-by-Step.
newest books are "Today's Crochet: Sweaters from the Crochet Guild of America
" and " Crocheted Sweaters: Simple Stitches, Great Designs ." Susan
also developed, edited, and packaged Crocheted Aran Sweaters for Martingale & Company
Susan was the managing editor of a national Canadian craft magazine called "Crafts Plus," demonstrated serger techniques on the television channel QVC, and taught at an American Sewing Guild national convention and two annual national conferences held by the Crochet Guild of America.
also hosts a serger retreat twice a year, and teaches at chapters, guilds, and stores across the country.