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Site - blog.tincanknits.com/
Vancouver and Edinburgh
About Site - Here Tin Can Knits we love all things knitting and design. We love lace, cables, textures, garments, accessories, sizes for all, and we don’t really enjoy seaming. Tin Can Knits is the collaboration of two Canadian designers; Alexa Ludeman and Emily Wessel. With accessible and clearly written patterns, beautiful photography and heartfelt stories, and we aim to share our love of knitting, and inspire you to do the same!
Site - sweetgeorgiayarns.com/blog/
Vancouver, BC Canada
About Site - I started this blog in 2010 to have fun and laughter around the topics of sewing and knitting. I firmly believe that creativity is contagious and I want to help you catch the bug. My blog is about all things knitting, spinning, dyeing, and weaving.
Site - tanisfiberarts.com
About Site - TFA is a home-based, independent yarn company created by Tanis Lavallee. Where you'll find up-to-the-minute updates on all the TFA goings on! We specialize in gorgeous tonals & fantastic yardage. We are always working on developing new patterns and are experimenting with new yarn bases all the time!
Site - knittedbliss.com/
About Site - Hi I'm Julie. I love the written word, cozy knits, international travel, domestic pleasures, my quirky british husband, and my two little kids. I help knitters and crafters get inspired by sharing modified knitting projects, round ups of craft ideas and recipes, and reflections on the crafting life.
Site - espacetricot.wordpress.com
About Site - As much a gathering place as a retail space, Espace Tricot's inspiring atmosphere caters to fiber lovers of all ages and skill levels, attracting a loyal clientele.
About Site - We love yarn! So much so we are compelled to compose knitting patterns that take advantage of all of our yarns best qualities. We also love teaching and sharing the love of crafting! We host lots of classes here at the cafe and are always available to trouble shoot knit-trials, large and small.
Site - paper-tiger.net
About Site - I'm a knitwear designer, photographer, and writer currently based in Montréal, Canada. In addition to being a regular contributor of designs to Quince & Co, my work has appeared in Pom Pom Quarterly, Knitscene Magazine, Interweave Knits, and Brooklyn Tweed’s Wool People series. This is the place I share current and future projects and patterns as well as snippets of my life.
144 James St N, Hamilton, ON
About Site - Handknit Yarn Studio is your dedicated LYS (Local Yarn Shop) in the vibrant shopping district of James Street North, Hamilton, Ontario. We carry a wide selection of quality yarn and supplies, including highly sought after independent brands like Julie Asselin, Hedgehog Fibres, and Fringe Supply Co.
About Site - swing the yarn around the needle, find the Needles in the Hay! We work hard to bring you the best selection of high quality yarns at a variety of price points and we search high and low to make sure you’re getting the best products at the best value.
About Site - Based in Montreal, Canada, here at Sweet Paprika we create luxurious artisan hand-dyed yarns, knitting and crochet patterns and kits, and run yarn clubs.
Site - kniterary.com
About Site - Kniterary is Whitby's Local Yarn Shop. Based on the wonderful shopping street of downtown Whitby, we have all the yarn and fibre arts supplies you need, in addition to loads of stitching supplies through Hedgehog Stitchery.
About Site - I golf, knit, sew, felt and work in the Beautiful Niagara Region, the banana belt of Canada. I work in the optical field, and love to combine fashion and great vision in eyewear. I knit, and sew, and felt, most of the other hours of the day. My felted goods are available for purchase on Etsy or at Pamela's in Jordan Village.
About Site - Red Sock Blue Sock Yarn is owned and operated by a fiber loving lady and her wonderfully understanding husband. What started out as a hobby is now hopefully on its way to becoming a satisfying small business.
Site - baaadannas.com
About Site - Baaad Anna’s provides affordable, diverse, and eco-friendly yarn, knitting supplies and classes. We strive to create a community space for diverse crafters, parents, artists and non-conformist knitters in the East Van Neighbourhood.
About Site - Living in Eastern Canada, I have 6 grandchildren. I can't imagine life without them. I share my love for Quilting, Sewing, Running, Knitting, Crazy Quilting.
Site - knittingrobin.blogspot.com
About Site - I've been knitting my whole life. I started making garments for myself in my teens and then explored sewing, tailoring and millinery. I want to teach knitters about fit and flattery and turn them into fashion stars! A knitting blog about career transition, personal development and the search for fulfillment.
Site - wolfandfaun.com/blogs/news
About Site - A unique online Canadian knitting shop offering artisan made notions and tools for knitters and other fibre artists. Featuring knit designs by Nat Raedwulf
Site - needlesandknits.com/blog
About Site - Nestled in the heart of Aurora in a century home is Needles & Knits Wool Shop, also home to the York Region Knitter’s Guild. Come in and explore six expansive rooms, brimming full of yarn…DK, Worsted, Chunky, 4 Ply, Fingering, Lace and more!
Site - knitatude.ca/blog
About Site - I'm a knitter! It's my jam, my love, and my obsession. I started small with making my own items, then grew when friends and family loved my stuff. Plus that magical perfect scarf that eluded me, happened to elude others as well.
Site - areallygoodyarn.blogspot.com
About Site - Patterns with the yarn! I started knitting at 4 years old. By the time I was 8 my mind was made up that I would own a yarn store. That dream came true at 19-now I'm into the 27th year of that dream.
Site - chezlizzie.blogspot.com
About Site - Easy-to-fit, easy-to-knit, easy-to-wear designs for handknitting. "gorgeous, classic designs include show-stopping details that will make you want to include more than one in your updated wardrobe"--Vogue Knitting, Fall 2013
Site - joanneseiff.blogspot.com
About Site - Joanne Seiff enjoys making things from scratch; she's been knitting since she was four or five and spinning since she was 12. Joanne is a writer, knitwear designer and educator.