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Little Acorn Crafts

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Chris is the owner of Little Acorn Crafts. “Little Acorn Crafts is a UK-based business started from a love of knitting, crochet and all things craft,” Chris says. “In my shop you will find a selection of unique gift ideas for someone who has a love of creating already or is just starting to venture out into the knitting, crochet or spinning world.”

As Yet Yarns

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Sarah is the dyer and stitch marker maker at As Yet Yarns. “I largely dye to order, although there are occasional ready-to-ship yarn goodies available,” Sarah says. “I also make and sell stitch markers. These are usually ready to ship, but can be requested and made to order if needs be.”

TaukinsBY

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Anastasia makes and sells yarn and accessories in Belarus. Charming stitch markers, personalized garment tags and more. Anastasia hopes to build a rental property for knitters in the forest. “Your purchase is one step to make my dream come true! After it is built you can rent it to stay, to look for a beautiful forest around and knit!!!” Anastasia says.

Retrosaria

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Portugal’s Retrosaria’s offers breed-specific Rosa Pomar yarns and lots of great accessories and kits. Gorgeous project bags. Note: Some kits require downloading a pattern from Ravelry.

BzyPeach

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Laverne is the designer and dyer behind BzyPeach, based in Atlanta. Clever, peach-theme accessories abound, along with great yarn and crochet patterns.

Wild Hunt

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Alexandra Tinsley of Wild Hunt is a mostly retired knitting designer who works as an illustrator and makes pins and oracle cards for knitters among other things. Lots of knitty, witchy, feminist things to be found.

Riverstone Yarns

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In addition to beautiful yarns, Susan at Canada’s Riverstone yarns offers a wide variety of wood and antler buttons. In addition to beautiful yarns, Susan at Canada’s Riverstone yarns offers a wide variety of wood and antler buttons. The wood is from fallen or pruned limbs. The antler buttons are mainly from shed antlers and occasionally from recycled antlers of unknown provenance.

Littlebean Loves Yarn

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Kayleen is an the dyer and accessory seller at Littlebean Loves Yarn. “I’m an independent dyer – fiber and yarn – and I occasionally dabble in bags/notions,” Kayleen says. “I find inspiration all around me – whether from my family, friends or other fiber artists in this community.”