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Hawkshaw Sheep

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Farmer and herder Sue lives a hill farm called Fingland in the Scottish Borders with partner Joe and grandson Callum. Sue has always loved the outdoors and working with animals. In addition to yarn and fibre, Hawkshaw Sheep sells a variety of yarnie accessories, including gorgeous shawl pins.

Five Boroughs

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Lindsay Vega is the New York dyer and designer behind Five Boroughs Yarn. Lindsay hand-paints each skein to share her art and to evoke joy. Five Boroughs Yarn also has a line of notion pouches and totes.

FelinFach

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FelinFach Natural Textiles is an independent Welsh company based at a 200-year-old former flour mill in the Preseli mountain area of Pembrokeshire. In addition to beautiful natural-dye yarns, FelinFach sells amazing yarn bowls and notions, including CocoKnits and Cohana.

The Little Grey Girl

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Dyer and sewist Gem is the founder of The Little Grey girl. “Knitting really is a rabbit hole of yarns, accessories and patterns that in the early days I just wasn’t expecting,” Gem says. “When it came to selecting accessories I just couldn’t find any project bags that reflected my style – so I got the sewing machine out and made my own.”

Midwinter Yarns

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The aim of Midwinter Yarns is to offer beautiful yarns from Scandinavia that have hitherto not been widely available outside of their home countries. In addition to gorgeous fiber, Midwinter has created a line of project bags and other accessories.

Handmade by Jayney

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“I always describe myself as a bit of a craft magpie,” says Jayney of Handmade by Jayney. “I love trying out new things and always have a variety of projects on the go.” Handmade by Jayney offers project bags, DPN holders and more.

Candy Skull Crafts

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Kitty is the creator behind the well-made project bags, stitch markers and more at Candy Skull Crafts. “I’ve faced a lot in my (many!) years,” Kitty says. “I’m now a wheelchair user due to hEDS and POTs, which are disorders of the connective tissue and autonomic nervous system. When I was spending a lot of time in hospital I decided to stop focusing on what I could no longer so & start doing something positive. … I now use my creative side as positive mental therapy.”