The work of author and artist Heather Ross explores and celebrates themes of childhood, resourceful and creative living, the natural world, and handmade. Best known for her collectible fabric designs and books, she also hosts a wildly popular series of craft retreats held across the country. Heather’s critically acclaimed memoir How To Catch a Frogchronicles her childhood spent in a remote corner of Vermont, in a wilderness setting that remains a major influence on her creative work.read more
She is also the illustrator of numerous children’s books, including the Crafty Chloe series, winner of the Kirkus Star, The Fergus and Zeke series by Kate Messner, and the Grimelda books. Heather Ross was a regular guest on The Martha Stewart Show and one of the most-viewed artists featured on the how-to video channel Creativebug. She regularly speaks on a wide range of topics that include creative living, the modern craft movement, and handmade.