These are some of my favorite suppliers for knitting, crochet, weaving, and other crafts.
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These are metal looms and their pegs angle which helps keep your yarn or loopers in place.
I love my Dewberry Ridge Potholder looms.
I purchased a complete set of these looms by Dewberry Ridge. I love them.
The sizes are 3″, 6″, 9″, and 12″
The Woolery also has a nice selection of potholder looms and supplies.
Yarn and Supplies
Lion Brand Yarn Company is over 140 years old. They have yarns for knitters, crocheters, crafters, and weavers.
Annie’s has long been a favorite of mine. I have subscribed to their courses and clubs.
Knit Picks has a good selection of outstanding yarns and patterns.
Shop JOANN for a complete selection of yarn and thread, needle art kits, quilting, sewing, knitting, and crochet supplies!
If you are wanting something different in yarn, then, Darn Good Yarn is the place to go.
I love my Cricut. I have made everything from cards to lettering for a my shop window.
The Woolery has suppies for fiber arts. They have spinning wheel, looms, and more.
Weaving & Spinning Workshops/Subscriptions
Master your craft with step-by-step weaving and spinning courses. Access everything for one low monthly price or purchase separately.
Shop Longthread Media (Handwoven, Spin-Off, or Piecework).
These headlamps or ones similar should be in every crafter’s toolbox. The light is brighter than an ordinary flashlight. I purchased these when we were clearing out Mike’s home, but I have found lots of uses for these headlamps. Read my product review on these headlamps.