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Patons Yarn

Patons Yarn Patons is committed to providing knitters and crocheters with high quality yarns and creative patterns. The Patons website is a great place to learn all about our yarns and to find your next knitting project or crochet project. With a free membership, you can access hundreds of free knitting patterns and free crochet patterns.

 

Red Heart Yarn

Red Heart Yarn Red Heart(R) is one of the most trusted brands in yarn. Celebrating our 75th Birthday in 2011, more people have chosen to make American heirlooms using Red Heart yarn than any other yarn.

 

Bernat Yarns

Bernat Yarns Bernat is committed to providing knitters and crocheters with high quality yarns and creative patterns. The Bernat website is a great place to learn all about our yarns and to find your next knitting project or crochet project. With a free membership, you can access hundreds of free knitting patterns and free crochet patterns.

 

Drew Emborsky

Drew Emborsky Drew Emborsky, aka The Crochet Dude, was taught to crochet at age five by his mom while snowbound in Lake Tahoe. After studying fine arts in college and doing the "starving artist" thing for a few years, he found solace in crocheting for charity while grieving the passing of his mother. It was during this time with the charity group that he became known as "The Crochet Dude", which then led to the launch of his wildly popular blog in 2005.

 

Fiber Hooligan

Fiber Hooligan Get your weekly dose of fiber related news from the Fiber Hooligan podcast. Hosted by the talented Benjamin Levisay, the Fiber Hooligan is dedicated to bringing you interviews with the best of the fiber arts world. Our talented guests provide numerous insights into the various aspects of working with fiber. The Fiber Hooligan touches on numerous subjects, includingbut not limited to-- knitting, crocheting, spinning, and weaving.

 

Pickles Yarn Company

Pickles Yarn Company Pickles gives you super fine recipes for everything from knitting to the muffins, and hand-picked favorite yarns from around the world.

 

Purl Bee

Purl Bee he Purl Bee is a blog started by Purl Soho. Purl Soho opened Purl in 2002 with the hope of creating a friendly yarn shop where people could gather and share each other's creativity. In 2006 they opened Purl Patchwork, a fabric shop, just a few doors away from Purl. In April of 2010 they moved the two small stores into one big exciting space in Soho called Purl Soho. From the very beginning our customers have been the inspiring, energetic, funny heart of our business.

 

Lily Sugar 'n Cream

Lily Sugar n Cream Lily Sugar'n Cream is committed to providing knitters and crocheters with high quality yarns and creative patterns. The Lily Sugar'n Cream website is a great place to learn all about our yarns and to find your next knitting project or crochet project. With a free membership, you can access free knitting patterns and free crochet patterns.

 

Fix-A-Stitch

FixAStitch As a 12-year-old knitter, Bonnie was frustrated. She could see and understand how to repair to a stitch in a row below, but just didnt have the right tool to do it efficiently.

 

Lion Brand Yarn

Lion Brand Yarn Lion Brand(r) is a family-owned and operated business and has been a beloved American brand since 1878. For the last 133 years, Lion Brand(r) has been known for its quality and is renowned for its pattern support and its wide variety of yarns, ranging from the luxe LB Collection to easy-care favorites like Homespun and Hometown USA.

 

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