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This Business Is …: BIPOC-Owned

These yarncraft-related businesses are owned by Black people, Indigenous people and other People of Color.

Home Body Fibers

Posted in Accessories

Melissa is the Connecticut designer and accessory maker behind Home Body Fibers. “If you like coffee, The Office, and staying home, chances are we’ll get along well!” Melissa says. Here you’ll find stitch markers and modern and functional knit and crochet patterns.

Dana Rae Makes

Posted in Designers

Indigenous Canadian designer Dana Rae says, “I have been knitting and crocheting for decades and love designing patterns, especially socks, really wearable accessories and anything…

Yarn Matter

Posted in Yarn

Erin Battle is the designer and dyer at Yarn Matter. “I design crochet patterns, and I dye yarn using natural materials,” Erin says. “I am…

Yarn Matter

Posted in Designers

Erin Battle is the designer and dyer at Yarn Matter. “I design crochet patterns, and I dye yarn using natural materials,” Erin says. “I am…

Weku Yarn

Posted in Yarn

Based in London, Weku Yarns is run by sisters Hannah and Lydia. Hannah and Lydia’s yarns are inspired by their Ghanain heritage, in particular the…