Meet the Wasatch & Wool Team


Owner, Knitter


Longtime knitter Margaux Kelleher moved to Park City with the desire to share her passion for knitting and fine yarns with other locals. She realized her dream to be a business owner and opened Wasatch & Wool in 2014 at the Redstone shopping center. 




Knitting is very conducive to thought. It is nice to knit a while, put down the needles, write a while, then take up the sock again. - Dorothy Day


Knitter, Crocheter


My mother told me once that she had her talk with God whenever she started a new sweater: 'Please don't take me in the middle of the sweater.' And as soon as she finished knitting a sweater, and it was blocked and put together, she already had the wool to start the next sweater so that nothing bad would happen. - Judy Blume




The only difference between an experienced knitter and new knitter is that the experienced knitter makes bigger mistakes faster. Be bold; there are no terrible consequences in knitting. - Stephanie Pearl-McPhee


Knitter, Crocheter  •  Ravelry: dbanana


After learing to crochet at the age of 6, and teaching herself to knit from a book in college (pre-YouTube!), knitting and crocheting are Deanna's creative escapes from her full-time job as a patent examiner at the USPTO. Most frequently, sweaters, scarves, and blankets are on Deanna's needles, and despite knitting for many years, she has yet to knit socks (although Susan may yet convince her). Originally from the DC area, Deanna and her family moved to Park City several years ago to take advantage of the best skiing and mountain biking on Earth!