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This Business Is …: Disabled-Owned

These yarncraft-related businesses are owned by disabled people.

Knit Me

Posted in Designers

Knit Me works exclusively with Canadian dyers to create yarn subscription boxes and knitting kits. Patterns in the kits are designed by Knit Me owner…

Candy Skull Crafts

Posted in Accessories

Kitty is the creator behind the well-made project bags, stitch markers and more at Candy Skull Crafts. “I’ve faced a lot in my (many!) years,” Kitty says. “I’m now a wheelchair user due to hEDS and POTs, which are disorders of the connective tissue and autonomic nervous system. When I was spending a lot of time in hospital I decided to stop focusing on what I could no longer so & start doing something positive. … I now use my creative side as positive mental therapy.”

Isabeau Suro

Posted in Designers

Isabeau is a multicraftual designer with inclinations toward smartassness and a passion for sharing knowledge. There are more patterns in their head than will ever…

Handspun Tails

Posted in Fiber, and Yarn

Nich is the dyer behind Handspun Tails, which offers sheep-free yarns and fibers made in the US Rockies. Offerings include sheep’s-wool-free, dog-friendly handmade batts, handspun/handpainted…