2 / 23

Visiting Wilson’s studio always feels a bit like entering another world of unlimited cups of tea, strings of fairy lights, countless balls of yarn, friendly knitted creatures and magical machines that spew out reams of brightly colored wool. She moved in only a couple of years ago, but already she is rapidly outgrowing her small studio space. She recently opened an additional showroom on the floor below the main studio that acts as a display/storage space and is an area of relative calm in contrast to the hive of activity happening upstairs. “The idea was that I would work down here, but I actually don’t like to be in on my own, so I squeeze in on the table in my main studio. I like to be around everything that’s going on.”