Sage King is a lover of all things fiber art, yoga, and nature. She found her way to Hawaii in 2010 and found a way to macrame in 2019. She remembers knotting her first square knots while she was pregnant with her daughter and sensing a deep knowing in those moments that her hands were meant for this. On most days you'll find Sage knotting and weaving in her home studio with her children playing alongside her.
From a very young age, Sage always had her hands in some type of craftwork, but it wasn’t until she found macramé that she deeply connected to the fiber arts. What began as a form of meditation and a balance to the chaos of motherhood, has become her greatest passion. She’s self-taught and finds inspiration through her daily encounters with the windward shoreline, the mokulua islands and all of the beauty of Hawaii that surrounds her each day. Sage knots and weaves with intention, allowing her hands to lead the creation of each piece with a general sense of where she’s headed. She aspires to bring the beauty and energy of the islands to life through her macramé.