Yarnistry sells bright acrylic fiber craft accessories, designed and laser cut in the UK.
A former knitting instructor, Californian Alana Dakos began designing knitwear in 2009 and has produced the Never Not Knitting pattern line ever since. Alana’s design aesthetic reflects a love of nature and textured stitches. Accessories are equally charming. There are darling sewing kits, too. Note: Patterns on the main site are on Ravelry.
In addition to beautiful yarns, Susan at Canada’s Riverstone yarns offers a wide variety of wood and antler buttons. In addition to beautiful yarns, Susan at Canada’s Riverstone yarns offers a wide variety of wood and antler buttons. The wood is from fallen or pruned limbs. The antler buttons are mainly from shed antlers and occasionally from recycled antlers of unknown provenance.
Beaker Button is the brain child of Jen Best, who dream of a fiber craft studio to stock fabulous yarns and fibers for discerning yarn enthusiasts. Beaker Button has a very large range of accessories for felting, weaving, knitting, crochet, macrame and more. Some pages contain marked links to Ravelry.
As an independent, woman-owned and -operated business, Katrinkles is proud to provide crafters with high quality buttons and tools for their projects. Goods are made from durable locally sourced hardwoods like cherry and alder and are finished by hand, giving each piece its unique character. Katrinkles products are available online and through retailers worldwide.
Casey Day-Crosier is the owner and designer at Tangerine Designs, named for Casey’s favorite Led Zeppelin song. “Tangerine Designs is based in my home in St. Peters, Missouri. I used to cut and sew between CandyLand, My Little Ponies, story time, meals, tantrums, and of course spinning and knitting! Now, I design knitting patterns, sew, design new tools, and create tutorials all while teenagers wish I’d just leave them alone!”