Yelley is a knitter, crocheter, spinner, maker in the San Francisco Bay Area, working to promote diversity and inclusiveness in the fiber arts world. Yelley’s…
This Business Is …: BIPOC-Owned
These yarncraft-related businesses are owned by Black people, Indigenous people and other People of Color.
Erieli Knits is dedicated to making knitting, spinning, and crocheting more accessible and inclusive. “We hope to see the crafting community grow, and seek to provide valuable education material for free,” New Jersey dyer and designer Raeli says. “Taking up a new hobby can be daunting and expensive. It is our goal to demystify the fiber world, be a resource for new and potential fiber enthusiasts, and help people find ways to make their new hobby budget-friendly.”
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.