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Knitting/Crochet: Fixed Circulars

Never Not Knitting

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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.

This Lush Corner

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This Lush Corner is a shop in the mountains of Australia that sells products with a focus on sustainability and ethical labor and animal care practices. In addition to stocking great yarns and patterns, This Lush Corner has beautiful, ethically sourced accessories.

Crafty Jackalope

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Amanda Kaffka of Vancouver is the force behind The Crafty Jackalope. Amanda learned to knit on arbutus twigs when she was six and hasn’t looked up since. She has been caught knitting at traffic lights, cafés and beaches, but her backyard is her favorite place to knit, alongside her husband and Kitty.

Little Acorn Crafts

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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.”

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.”