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Yoriko Oki
Yoriko Oki is a dyer, weaver, knitter, and overall fibre art enthusiast, based in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She is also a regular instructor at major knitting shows, such as Vogue Knitting Live and Knit City Vancouver.
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Leatherwood Creek Farm
We raise Tunis and Shetland sheep on the beautiful rolling hills of southern middle Tennessee. We offer Shetland yarn in a full range of natural colors and Tunis yarn in natural and botanically dyed colors.
Julie Rosvall
Julie Rosvall, an Atlantic Canadian textile artist and printmaker from the Gaspereau Valley of Nova Scotia, explores transferring patterns and textures through her lace knitting printed on paper.
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WhoopsyDaisy Farm
Sheep and fiber products from a sustainable regenerative micro dairy in central Kentucky. Rachel is the author of ‘The Guide to Homestead Dairy Sheep’ and the main shepherdess on our farm.
Knitrospective is the research inspired knit design work of Dr Alison Mayne. She is an academic focused on textile history, handcraft and making for wellbeing.
The Woolchemist
Indie yarn dyer based in Central Scotland and shipping worldwide, Roni specialises in extra fine merino yarns, and colourways inspired by literature, mythology, art and nature.
Timber Creek Farm
Our family farm raises sheep primarily for wool. We create a yearly batch of farm yarn with the help of a local fiber mill. The dyes we use are all natural plant or insect dyes. In addition, Janet teaches the art of natural dyeing, both in person and through a recorded video course.
Sweet Paprika Designs
Sweet Paprika is a hand-dyed yarn business in Montreal run by sisters Elizabeth and Debbie. They enjoy dyeing fibres of all kinds, but their current focus is on working with breed-specific wools and local Canadian farmers.
I like to see myself as a ceramic shepherdess hand building clay flocks. Capturing the essence of character in the sheep sculptures I create.
Neilanell Shetland
Shetland knitwear, but not as you know it. Nielanell is inspired by Shetland’s heritage, fused with our own contemporary design outlook. Crafted locally, our knitwear is made to last.
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The Journal of Scottish Yarns
A beautifully presented print and digital magazine promoting Scottish textiles by sharing stories past, present and future, and by commissioning craft designs (mainly knit and crochet) which use materials from Scottish producers.
The General Bean
A small family business from Calgary Alberta, who reside on Treaty 7 lands. We are passionate about natural fibres, sustainable living, and making sure that artisanal skills are kept alive and passed on to future generations. We share these passions with you thru our handcrafted goods, supplies and teaching. All of our wool is all sourced locally from Western Canadian sheep.
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Blaine Fleece and Fiber
Blaine Fleece & Fiber is home to the Fellowsheep of the Fleece! Our flock consists of 8 different breeds and crossbreeds, and every one is a beloved member of our family! We enjoy their sweet personalities and love sharing their wool with the world!
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Bluebell Yarns
British & Falkland Wool hand-dyed in Dorset in a wide range of colours. All yarns are processed in the UK, are not superwash treated and contain no synthetic fibres.
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Wool It
Brand new Italian knitting and travel magazine, text in Italian and English, out November 2022.
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Nidavellnir Nalbinding
Give the gift of learning an ancient heritage craft this Christmas! Nalbinding is one of the oldest fibre-crafts in the world and now you can learn this ancient craft yourself!
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BiddyKnits creates one of a kind hand dyed skeins on quality yarn bases and acrylic/polymer clay stitch markers.
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The Fiber Seed
Purposely American-made yarns to encourage and build the community of American fiber processors and growers. All yarn is hand dyed by Lindsay English, in our rural Southern Ohio studio.
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Purl Together
Purl Together offers knitting tutorials, live events, podcasts and vibrant community through social media, including YouTube and Patreon.
TJFrogstore - Tania Ashton Jones
A wonderful collection of products from kits, wool, notions and project bags rooted in the heritage craft of Dorset Buttons
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Laight Night Knits
A celebration of British wool including Jacob yarn, yarn kits & wool-friendly knitting patterns
woolandstore - Rebecca Eby
wool& makes practical, wearable clothing out of nature’s finest material—merino wool. Our soft merino dresses in comfortable, flattering fits are meant for daily wear. Over 6,000 people have participated in our 100 Day Challenge, wearing our dresses for 100 days in a row.
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Rabbit Row Yarns
The only sustainably-sourced needle and fiber craft product shop in the region tailored for knitters, crocheters, weavers, dyers, spinners, felters and stitchers of all kinds.
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Knit New Haven
Local yarn store based in New Haven, Connecticut, catering to knitters, spinners, and other fiber crafters.
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The Woolly Thistle
US-based online yarn store with the largest selection of yarns from the UK, Europe, and beyond!
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Wool Decanted
Beautiful British wool, traceable from sheep to skein. Make something to treasure!
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Keepers of the Sheep: Knitting in Morocco's High Atlas and Beyond and handspun yarns from Moroccan spinners.
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Cast and Dye
100% grown and milled Wisconsin Columbia sheep yarn and roving.
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Waste Knot Yarn
Sheep shearing services, 100% California yarn, natural dyes and the book Raw Material: Working Wool in the West
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Morehouse Farm
Have ewe tried Morehouse Merino? It’s the softest farm yarn you’ll ever feel, natural and non-superwash, from the first superfine Merino farm in America!
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Chilton Wensleydales
The love of my rare-breed Wensleydale Sheep encouraged my passion for wool and finally creating my own range of yarn.
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Ewethful Fiber Farm & Mill
A mini fiber mill processing and spinning locally sourced yarns and fibers. Educating about wool and teaching the craft of handspinning.
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Churchlands Farm
Beautiful rare breed Portland Fleece. Available as whole raw fleece or as raw, washed or washed and carded by weight. Natural coloured DK yarn available shortly - contact to reserve.
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Bobolink Yarns
Breed specific yarns from New England flocks.
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Five Sisters Farm
Lustrous, soft Shetland yarn and roving in a variety of gorgeous natural colors, pasture raised with love in New Hampshire.
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Bee Croft
Traditional and contemporary Fair Isle knitwear, pure Shetland wool and hand knitting patterns.
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The Silly Sheep Fiber Company
Beautiful natural coloured & hand dyed knitting wools, Tweeds & fibre from our flock of sheep. All dyed on our croft in Shetland & available in lace to Aran weight.
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Red Rope Farm
Our own and locally raised wool roving and yarn, orifice hooks, handmade milk soaps, lip and skin balms, lambskins, herbal moth repellent, original photography on notecards, magnets and calendars.
A woman-owned local farm and small business in Kentucky. Fiberculture supplies all types of traditional natural fiber arts and textile products for the growing community of knitters, crocheters, spinners, weavers, and every other fiber artist.
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Visit South Greenland
Greenland & Sheep's Wool: An introduction to a modern woolen world in the Arctic, thanks to the UNESCO World Heritage-honoured inuit sheep farmers in South Greenland.
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Makkin Our Way Through Shetland
Fair Isle, Shetland Lace, and crafting tours to Shetland, hosted by Anne Frost of the I Thought I Knew How podcast and guided by local Shetland guides.
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Terri Laura
Knitting patterns, decorative knitted pieces, wearable knits and homewares to share the benefits of wool.
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Maja Siska
Knitting patterns for Icelandic wool
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Ryan Koenig Studio
Traditional Aran knitting lessons offered in Dublin, Ireland.
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Janette Budge
Knitting Belt and Fair Isle knitting classes online and in person. Knitting belts and long needle supplies plus a new 'History of the Knitting Belt' Talk.