Burntisland, UK-based Flora Fibres offers natural-dyed, plant-based yarns and spinning fiber, along with natural-dyed project bags and other accessories.
Felsted Fleece is a product of Brick House Farm in Essex, UK. Neil and Cara run the farm as an environmentally sensitive, sustainable Smallholding, keep rare breed pigs and sheep since 2008. “We chose Gotlands specifically for their fleece,” Neil and Cara say, because it provides excellent locks, top and batts. The farm’s shop also sells felting tools and other supplies.
Emma is a self-taught jewelry designer from a small village near Bridgend in South Wales. Atomic Knitting has been designing knitting stitch markers, fripperies and useful notions for knitters and crocheters since 2006. Atomic Knitting stitch markers have been featured in knitting magazines, online and wholesaled to over 45 yarn stores worldwide. Atomic Knitting specializes in Swarovski & Preciosa crystals and metal work and has an array of designs to suit every style and budget. Customer commissions are a firm favorite and with many years of experience in providing excellent customer service, Emma can create bespoke pieces just for you.
Originally a maker of handmade wood needles and crochet hooks, DyakCraft is now primarily a maker of interchangeable needles and hooks. Most are metal, created from molds based on the original woods after their primary wood source was destroyed by fire, although the handmade wood tools are making a comeback. DyakCraft also sells cloth cases for interchangeable sets. “We use our hands to craft the tools destined to be held in your hands. We design all our tools to be beautiful to the eye and comfortable in the hand,” the site says. Spectacularly beautiful needles and hooks, with cool coated wire cables. Equally lovely spindles.