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Walleye and Wool

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nd Melissa started Walleye and Wool “to create items that reflect the beauty that we find in nature, like the Northwoods and just in our own garden. … You’ll see stitch markers and progress keepers with little fish, bears, moose, flowers, and birds.“

Knitting Notions

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Knitting Notions is a Tennessee-based family owned and operated business that started with making wooden yarn swifts. “What initially began as a second income in the beginning has now grown to be a full time sole income for us. Product development is an ongoing element, which includes all aspects of our woodworking, yarn dyeing and pattern publishing,” Catherine says.

yarn&whiskey

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US accessory maker Tammi Wilson says, “As an avid collector of African print fabric and clothing, I began to develop a line of project bags for discerning crafters using these prints. African prints make me feel elegant and fierce. To me, these prints are finery. They are spirit boosting. I want to make bags that spark that same feeling of elegance, pride, and fearlessness in others.”

Channypeascorner

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US accessory maker Channy says, “It’s the yarnie pins for me. I started designing enamel pins almost two years ago, and I can say that it brings me so much joy. I hope it makes you smile every time you receive one of my pins in the mail.”

Whitney Marie Anderson

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“My main goal with my business is to have fun and learn more!” says designer and accessory maker Whitney Marie Anderson. “My second goal is to create things that showcase and celebrate the beauty of Black people. Since we are underrepresented in so many areas, I want to do my part to elevate and uplift our image in a positive way.”

Flint City Fiber

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Flint City Fiber is owned and operated by Michigan dyer Carrie Chapman. Carrie has been a part of the fiber community since 2000 and currently enjoys knitting, crocheting, weaving, blending fiber, and spinning yarn. In addition to yarn and fiber, Flint City sells drop spindles.