Yarn Companies

Knitting Information

Anzula Yarn star
Looking for a reason to splurge? Anzula Yarns offer tempting colorways and luxury fibers.

Avitals Fiber Page star[offsite link]
Online home for Avital Pinnick, a self-proclaimed “insane knitter.” Find out why. Her Periodic Table sweater is a must-see!

Bella Filati star[offsite link]
Lots of name brand yarn to choose from and great information.

Bernat/Spinrite star[offsite link]
This North American-based company features a limited selection of information and shade cards for current yarns online. They also offer a few free patterns as well.

Berroco Yarns star
One of the best known yarn companies in the United States, Berroco offers a variety of yarns at different price points.

Berroco Yarns star
One of the best known yarn companies in the United States, Berroco offers a variety of yarns at different price points.

Blue Sky Fibers star
Luxurious alpaca, crunchy yet soft cotton, warm merino, indulgent blends... treat yourself with Blue Sky yarns for heirloom projects.

Briggs and Little star[offsite link]
Founded in 1857 in scenic New Brunswick, Briggs and Little is Canada´s oldest woolen mill. View their yarn and pattern selection online, learn their history and take a virtual tour.

Brown Sheep Company star
This well-known American company features a nice selection of yarns and patterns, most of which can be viewed online. Their website also offers several free patterns, retail listings, and more.

Brown Sheep Yarn star
If "buying American" is important to you, then look no farther than Brown Sheep! This yarn company is an American classic, providing well-made and reasonably priced yarns.

Cascade Yarns star
You can support your local yarn shop on a modest budget. Cascade Yarns offers mid-priced yet luxurious single-fiber and blended yarns.

Cherry Tree Yarns star[offsite link]
Wholesale retailer of beautiful handpainted yarns. Visit their website to view available yarns and patterns, and comprehensive retailer listings (US and Canada). If you´re looking for bargains, check out the mill ends section of the yarns.

Circulo Yarns star[offsite link]
Based out of Brazil, Circulo is well-known for yarns such as Clea and Fixation. View their extensive range of knit, crochet and needlework products online, and enjoy several free patterns as well. Site can be viewed in Spanish and Portuguese.

Coats and Clark Canada star[offsite link]
This company formerly owned the North American division of Paton´s Yarns as well, but now continue to market their own line of Red Heart and Coats yarns and pattern leaflets. View these and other product lines at their website, and check out their free section for a few knitting/crochet patterns.

Coats and Clarks star[offsite link]
US manufacturer of Red Heart yarns/patterns, and several other lines of crafting supplies. View their products online, and visit the "free stuff" section for several patterns.

Colinette star[offsite link]
Have a passion for hand-dyed yarns? Then this UK based company is for you! Preview available yarns and patterns online, and find a retailer near you. Visit the Millshop for some fabulous deals as well.

Color Me Yarn star[offsite link]
produces a variety of hand painted yarns, kits and patterns, selling wholesale.

Cottage Craft Fine Woolens star[offsite link]
Since 1915 exclusive knitting yarn, have been the trademarks of Cottage Craft. The palette of Cottage Craft colours, reflect the beauty of the landscapes and seascapes surrounding our seaside town of St. Andrews New Brunswick.

Crystal Palace Yarns star[offsite link]
Based out of California, Crystal Palace offers a wide range of yarn, knitting accessories, plus a spinning wheels, acessories and more. Visit their website for complete product information, free patterns and more.

Dale of Norway star[offsite link]
This company has become known world-over for its beautiful nordic sweater designs, but that´s just part of the story. Visit their informative website to find out more.

Darn Good Yarn star
Looking for Earth-friendly materials? Darn Good Yarn is a great company.

Destination Yarns star
Beautiful yarns with a touch of intrigue, just like a great vacation...

Elmore-Pisgah star[offsite link]
A US company which manufacturers "Peaches and Creme," and other popular knitting/crochet cotton yarns and threads. Their products can be viewed from their website, and orders can be placed with the company directly. Based in North Carolina.

Ems Stitches star[offsite link]
A UK based online yarn shop.

Ewe Need Yarn star[offsite link]
A complete internet shop for all your knitting needs.

Jagger Yarns star[offsite link]
Established in the 1880´s, this company based out of Maine, USA carries a good range of worsted spun yarns. View product lines, take a factory tour and find a retailer in your area from their website.

Knit Rennie star[offsite link]
Yarns from Scottish Manufacturer J.C. Rennie, for both Hand and Machine Knitters.

Lion Brand Yarns star[offsite link]
US-based company with an impressive selection of yarns, patterns and other products. View their products online, and find a retailer in your area. Nice selection of free knitting and crochet patterns as well!

Manos del Uruguay Yarn star
A Fair Trade certified country, Manos del Uruguay helps women in rural areas support themselves and their families. Oh, and the company also produces gorgeous yarns.

Noro Yarns star
At the risk of sounding hallucinatory…. Oh, the colors! The colors! And at the risk of declaring myself out of my mind…. Oh, the fibers! The fibers!

Paton´s Yarn star[offsite link]
The website features previews of the company´s available publications, as well as color charts for their current yarn selections. Find out what´s new, search for local retailers and have fun with the "create a sweater" feature.

Peace Fleece star
A small company in New Hampshire is making a difference. Did I happen to mention that their product is beautiful?

Philosopher´s Wool Company star[offsite link]
Canadian company offering their own line of sweater designs in kit form, plus a selection of wool and other knitting-related products. View/order their products online, or visit their retail listings to find a store near you.

Plymouth Yarn Company star[offsite link]
Plymouth carries a nice selection of their own yarn brands, and serves as the US distributor for many imported brands as well. Visit their site for complete product selection, free patterns, retail listings and more.

Sirdar star[offsite link]
A relatively new website from the popular British company. View current yarn and design selections online, plus find retailers, free patterns and more.

Skacel Knitting star[offsite link]
American company featuring their own line of yarn and other knitting-related products. View products online, and find a retailer in your area. Nice selection of free patterns as well.

Solutia star[offsite link]
Also known as "The Smart Yarns," their website includes lots of information on acrylic fibers, manufacturers and retailers, a great free pattern section, and more.

Sweet Georgia Yarns star
One of the nicest presents I have ever received was a “Party of Five” yarn pack from Sweet Georgia in my favorite colors. Why knit with Sweet Georgia? Oh, the length of the list of reasons…

Tahki/Stacy Charles star[offsite link]
US distributor of many popular yarn brands, including Filatura di Crosa, Tahki and Austermann. View current yarns and patterns online, plus US retailer listings.

The wool peddler star[offsite link]
Recycled Silk Yarns & Fibers ~ Natural Fiber Yarns Wholesale and Retail Accounts

Yarn Finder star[offsite link]
Just opened Jan 2005, go try the yarn finder search, very easy to use and quick.

Yarns From Yorkshire star
Can't get to England this year? Try visiting some yarn companies online.

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