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Knitting/Crochet: Progress Keepers

Fiber Swag

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California maker Diana Mokaya creates fun spinning, knit and crochet accessories, “with the assistance of my Master Engineer husband, Frank.” Fiber Swag sells direct to crafters and also creates custom swag for businesses.

Mavis Handmade

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Castlemaine, Australia, maker Mavis says, “It’s my honor to make (and find) quirky and cute things that make life easier and more funnerer for knitters, crocheters and the people who love them. Plus jewelry now, too, because why not. I am particularly fond of skulls, cats and hearts and you’ll find them in a lot of my work.”

Yank Your Yarn

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Bonnie T is the Arizona knitter and accessory seller behind Yank Your Yarn, home of pop-culture-inpired, snag-free stitch markers. There are scores of stitch markers, progress keepers, row markers and more, with hilarious names like He Meant Stay Blonde, Ponyboy.

Arianna Frasca

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Arianna is an Italian designer living in the US. “Knitting brings together my love for DIY and my work as an architect,” Arianna says. “My mission has always been to molding a true-for-yourself life.” In addition to creating beautiful patterns, Arianna offers a charming collection of accessories.

ARTIFACT

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ARTIFACT is a small team of Omaha artisans using reclaimed industrial equipment to create handmade bags and a lot more. These products are ethically produced and are built to last. They’ll also do repairs at a nominal fee. ARTIFACT has a number of product lines for yarnies, dog lovers, musicians and more.

adKnits

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Augusta is the designer behind adKnits, a line of goods for knitters and makers inspired by Augusta’s love of woods, mountains, and the outdoors. “I’m an obsessive knitter and pinecone enthusiast based out of Richmond, Virginia,” Augusta says. “After designing and selling handmade knitwear for almost a decade, I have shifted my focus to creating quality supplies and accessories that connect knitters to nature.”

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