Canadian shop ULL Fibre Arts has beautiful yarn, embroidery supplies and accessories, including Cohana, Brooklyn Haberdashery, Koshitsu, CocoKnit, Della Q, Shirotake and muud.
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.
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.
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.
Eco Yarn Co. launched in January 2022. “As well as stocking vegan, plant based, recycled alternatives to yarn, we also sell a variety of environmentally friendly accessories including: Bamboo crochet and knitting hooks, Recycled plastic crochet hooks and vegan leather bag accessories. Eco Yarn Co. also plants a tree for every order made to maintain and sustain an environmentally friendly service.”
WeeOnes makes the very cutest sculpted polymer clay stitch markers, from miniature food to a 2021 inauguration attendees set, only they’re all cats. Cicadas, hedgehogs, glow-in-the-dark jelly fish … all so clever and beautifully done. Polymer critter-topped hooks and needles, too, plus earrings.