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AT Haynes House Yarns

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AT Haynes House Yarns is a company born out of family, community and fun. The brainchild of Terri J. Haynes, AT Haynes House Yarns is home to vibrant colorways and innovative projects bags and more. AT Haynes House Yarns is a Black woman-owned business operating out of Fort Washington, MD near the nation’s capital. Owner Terri J. Haynes is a graphic artist, writer, wife and mother.

Over the Moon Yarn

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Caitlin and Sarina of Over the Moon Yarn produce colorways inspired by and named for elements of space and science fiction. Along with the usual hand-dyeing techniques, these space and sci-fi loving knitters also produce unique skeins dyed in pickle jars. Over the Moon also sells a line of space-theme stitch markers and other notions that are so cute.

IST Crafts

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Ian is the Isle of Wight artist behind IST Crafts, which offers beautiful spinning accessories, as well as tapestry bobbins and lace bobbins. I’m particularly taken with the spindles made from pre-decimal British coins. Gorgeous.

Yarn Hero Fiber Arts

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Yarn Hero Fiber Arts is run by Lynnell Koser out of her home studio in Frederick, Maryland. Yarn Hero Fiber Arts features hand-dyed mill-spun yarn, handspun yarn, and spinning fibers. This maker also offers needles and other notions with their adorable super-sheep.

Knitter’s Serendipity

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Knitter’s Serendipity features beautifully crafted stitch markers and progress keepers for knitting and crochet. Designs are inspired by 1950s vintage beaded jewelry. Serendipity markers are snag free, made from quality jewelry findings, glass, crystal and vintage beads.

Stitch Mischief

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Jade is the Canadian dyer behind Stitch Mischief. “The Stitch Mischief brand is about color, quality and luxury yarn and pouches,” Jade says. “Founded on the south coast of British Columbia, we endeavor to provide makers with the resources to make their own gorgeous projects, through decadent yarn to beautiful yet practical project bags, and even patterns to make your own project bags.”