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Knitting/Crochet: Interchangeables

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.

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.

Nature’s Luxury

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Nature’s Luxury sells a variety of luxury brands, including their house yarn, which looks amazing. “All our hand knitting yarns are made of natural materials,” the site says. The site also sells beautiful accessories, including lots of handbag parts.

Yarn Hero Fiber Arts

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Yarn Hero Fiber Arts is run by Lynnell Koser out of her home studio in Frederick, Maryland. Yarn Hero Fiber Arts features hand-dyed mill-spun yarn, handspun yarn, and spinning fibers. This maker also offers needles and other notions with their adorable super-sheep.

DyakCraft

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Originally a maker of handmade wood needles and crochet hooks, DyakCraft is now primarily a maker of interchangeable needles and hooks. Most are metal, created from molds based on the original woods after their primary wood source was destroyed by fire, although the handmade wood tools are making a comeback. DyakCraft also sells cloth cases for interchangeable sets. “We use our hands to craft the tools destined to be held in your hands. We design all our tools to be beautiful to the eye and comfortable in the hand,” the site says. Spectacularly beautiful needles and hooks, with cool coated wire cables. Equally lovely spindles.

Camelot Dyeworks

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Camelot Dyeworks is a family-owned small business in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. They dye all the yarns themselves and are licensed retailers of various kinds of needles and other supplies that include adorable stitch markers.

Heidi & Lana

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This source of hand-dyed yarns and accessories is named after the owner’s and sister’s lambs from their childhood. Heidi & Lana sells fantastic accessories, in addition to Merino and Alpaca yarns.