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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.

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.

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.

Elk Market

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Elk Market is a slowly growing creative space in which Swedish owner and creator Lotta H Löthgren’s ideas, designs, thoughts and inspirations come together. Great project bags and jewelry.

Fancy Tiger Crafts

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Fancy Tiger Crafts is a revolutionary shop in Denver, Colorado that specializes in craft supplies and classes for the modern crafter. Owners Jaime Jennings and Amber Corcoran’s vision is to inspire people to reach their crafting potential through modern and sustainable supplies and quality instruction.

Ranching Tradition Fiber

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In addition to plenty of spinnable fibers, dyes and spinning tools, Kami of Ranching Tradition Fiber of Whitehall, Montana carries beautiful yarns made from local wool, locally spun and dyed. Offerings include everything from full-size spinning wheels to student spindles. There’s a lot to see here.

Over the Moon Yarn

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Caitlin and Sarina of Over the Moon Yarn produce colorways inspired by and named for elements of space and science fiction. Along with the usual hand-dyeing techniques, these space and sci-fi loving knitters also produce unique skeins dyed in pickle jars. Over the Moon also sells a line of space-theme stitch markers and other notions that are so cute.