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Bewitched Pigments

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Bewitched Pigments is Lorna Michelle and Gwyndylyn, a mother-daughter collaboration brought about from a deep love of color and fiber. “Always looking for something a little different and not always finding it, we decided we could make our own and share it with everyone.” Same goes for their fun and fanciful stitch markers.

Knitting Cords

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Tennessee-based Knitting Cords offers cushy cables for WIPs in case you need to borrow the needles for another project. They also offer spring-loaded stoppers that work on up to US8/4mm needles. Cute tins to keep them in, too.

Python Charms

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Irish maker Frankie produces beautiful stitch markers and more at Python Charms. Frankie’s mission is to create personality-filled stitch markers by hand. With so much of a crafter’s personality taken in by their work, plain stitch markers seem to be a pity to use, Frankie says.

Walleye and Wool

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nd Melissa started Walleye and Wool “to create items that reflect the beauty that we find in nature, like the Northwoods and just in our own garden. … You’ll see stitch markers and progress keepers with little fish, bears, moose, flowers, and birds.“

Knitting Notions

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Knitting Notions is a Tennessee-based family owned and operated business that started with making wooden yarn swifts. “What initially began as a second income in the beginning has now grown to be a full time sole income for us. Product development is an ongoing element, which includes all aspects of our woodworking, yarn dyeing and pattern publishing,” Catherine says.

yarn&whiskey

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US accessory maker Tammi Wilson says, “As an avid collector of African print fabric and clothing, I began to develop a line of project bags for discerning crafters using these prints. African prints make me feel elegant and fierce. To me, these prints are finery. They are spirit boosting. I want to make bags that spark that same feeling of elegance, pride, and fearlessness in others.”

Channypeascorner

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US accessory maker Channy says, “It’s the yarnie pins for me. I started designing enamel pins almost two years ago, and I can say that it brings me so much joy. I hope it makes you smile every time you receive one of my pins in the mail.”