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Knitting/Crochet: Cable Needles

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.

Retrosaria

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Portugal’s Retrosaria’s offers breed-specific Rosa Pomar yarns and lots of great accessories and kits. Gorgeous project bags. Note: Some kits require downloading a pattern from Ravelry.

Littlebean Loves Yarn

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Kayleen is an the dyer and accessory seller at Littlebean Loves Yarn. “I’m an independent dyer – fiber and yarn – and I occasionally dabble in bags/notions,” Kayleen says. “I find inspiration all around me – whether from my family, friends or other fiber artists in this community.”

KnitWit

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KnitWit Yarn Shop in Maine is a great place to find local yarns, including an in-house line, as well as great accessories. Please note some kits contain clearly marked links to Ravelry.

FelinFach

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FelinFach Natural Textiles is an independent Welsh company based at a 200-year-old former flour mill in the Preseli mountain area of Pembrokeshire. In addition to beautiful natural-dye yarns, FelinFach sells amazing yarn bowls and notions, including CocoKnits and Cohana.

The Little Grey Girl

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Dyer and sewist Gem is the founder of The Little Grey girl. “Knitting really is a rabbit hole of yarns, accessories and patterns that in the early days I just wasn’t expecting,” Gem says. “When it came to selecting accessories I just couldn’t find any project bags that reflected my style – so I got the sewing machine out and made my own.”

meadow yarn

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From a dye studio in rural Suffolk, Anj dyes yarn inspired by the countryside around her. In addition to their own hand-dyed yarn, meadow yarn stocks Lopi wool from Iceland, Knit Pro needles and notions, and a selection of craft journals and pattern books.

Beaker Button

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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.