Heidi Mullins Lemieux is a dedicated designer who loves to break the common ‘crochet’ stereotypes. Instead of using a multitude of colors, she focuses more on the crochet pattern. In general, she uses no more than one or two colored yarns in her designs to make an authentic, but wearable garment piece. She has earned her bachelor’s degree in Fashion & Textile Design at The School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago in 2010. One of her garments from the 2009 graduating class collection was used extensively for promotional material for the SAIC Nightwalk Fashion Show of 2010. Heidi is originally from Montréal and speaks French fluently. Growing up, she was influenced by the world of the opera and Le Cirque Du Soleil. With time she has use these inspirations to create these modernized crochet designs.