Canadian shop ULL Fibre Arts has beautiful yarn, embroidery supplies and accessories, including Cohana, Brooklyn Haberdashery, Koshitsu, CocoKnit, Della Q, Shirotake and muud.
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Chicago LYS Nina opened in 2004. Nina, the original owner, had a vision of an inviting and contemporary space, and she filled it with beautiful textures, colors and lots of inspiration. After nearly 13 years, the shop transitioned into the hands of Hilary, a longtime employee and lover of all things crafty. Great yarn from Movers & Makers and others, sewing patterns, embroidery and more.
JessaLu says, “SbJL is a one-woman craft based business that came into being when, in 2008, I noticed that I couldn’t find many geek-themed project bags for my knitting. I decided (with some prodding from friends) that I wanted to move away from the paralegal and office management work I had been doing for decades and start my own business. Since then, SbJL has grown from offering only box bags to offering four different shapes and many more sizes of project bags, along with in-house fabric designs and monthly exclusive prints.”
Llady Llama is a New York-based, family-run business that sells gorgeous project bags and spindles, along with its beautiful yarn and spinning fiber. Kelli and Becki sew the project bags. Master Toolmaker Gary is the creator of Llady Llama’s hand turned, locally sourced wooden spinning tools.
Chris is the owner of Little Acorn Crafts. “Little Acorn Crafts is a UK-based business started from a love of knitting, crochet and all things craft,” Chris says. “In my shop you will find a selection of unique gift ideas for someone who has a love of creating already or is just starting to venture out into the knitting, crochet or spinning world.”