The best indie yarn dyers

A massive resource with all the indie dyers and yarn artists in one alphabetical big list for easy access and research

Are you looking for the perfect yarn for your next project? A wonderful customized colorway with speckles perhaps? Do you want to support local small businesses instead of larger corporations or find the perfect gift for a knitter? Then you came to the right place. I put together a list of all the indie yarn dyers out there (I could find).

Knitting is a hobby that allows you to express your individual creativity. The yarn you pick to start a project is as fundamental a part of the process as the pattern you choose and the tools you use. In the past 20 years, the internet gave independent dyers the unique opportunity to market their wares to a much broader audience. And this article is meant to celebrate these makers.

indie dyer colorways basking in the sun

This list is NOT ranked and follows a simple alphabetical order (starting with Z for a change :P) and I explicitly want to stress that I am neither sponsored by any of them nor did I test the quality of all their products. This is meant as a resource to do your own research and find the best possible yarn for your next project (or, let’s be honest, your evergrowing stash *smirk*). You might want to check out my full tutorial on how to choose yarn & color combinations as a start.

I begin with regular indie dyers who make use of chemical dyes, and there is a separate list with plant-based dyers at the bottom. That being said, I do encourage you to do your own research and think beyond boundaries and common prejudices. Big brands are not bad in themselves (they were small at one time as well, and some of them still are straightforward awesome) and a lot of them produce excellent yarn for knitting beginners.

Just because somebody calls themselves “indie dyer”, doesn’t automatically mean the business is sustainable, inclusive, or more deserving of your support than the hardworking employees at a bigger brand, who rely on their jobs to support their families just as much (there are black sheep on either side).

for ahnks of semi-solid Indie dyer yarn

I would also like to add, that most indie dyers are one-person businesses. So, kindly show some patience, when they don’t answer your emails within 2 hours and the shipping takes a day or two longer. You will be rewarded with individual quality and yarn with true personality.

Either way, let’s start with the list of the best indie dyers, eh?

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Indie Dyers in Alphabetical order: The List

Differend colorways created be indie dyers

Note: I earn a small commission for purchases made through Etsy links in this article

I decided against commenting on the individual yarn dyers. Tastes differ, and I don’t want to spoil your first impression with my personal taste. And the same applies to pictures. As many of you know, Indie dyers tend to change their collections quickly (that’s part of the appeal, after all), so I don’t think I could fairly represent any of them here. Just check out the respective Instagram accounts.

Also, I made sure that all yarn artists were still active at the time of compiling this list. Due to many reasons, there may still not be active stocks at the time of your visit, as they are currently being replenished.

  1. Yellow June Fiber Company (Instagram) | Corinth, Mississippi, USA
  2. Wren & Ollie (Instagram) |St Agnes, Australia
  3. Wooly Mama Yarns (Instagram) | Manchester, United Kingdom
  4. Woola Oops (Instagram) | Auvergne, France
  5. Woolberry Fibers & Co (Instagram) | Denver, Colorado (?), USA
  6. Wild Atlantic Yarns (Instagram) | Donegal, Republic of Ireland
  7. Wishbone Yarn (Instagram) | South Africa
  8. Western Skit Knits (Instagram) | Montana, USA
  9. Waratah Fibres (Instagram) | Launceston, Australia
  10. Valkyrie Fibers (Instagram) |South Lake Tahoe, USA
  11. Tot Le Matin Yarns (Instagram) | Saint-Georges-Motel, France
  12. Thistle & Hart (Instagram) | Salem, Oregon, USA
  13. The Red Pansy (Instagram) | New Jersey, USA
  14. The Perfect Stitch Fiber Co. (Instagram) | No address available, but seems to be USA
  15. TheOutside Dyers (Instagram) | Pangbourne, Scotland, United Kingdom
  16. The Kinetic Knitter Yarns (Instagram) | Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  17. The Lemonade Shop (Instagram) | no address provided
  18. The Blue Brickish (Instagram) | Burlington, Ontario, Canada
  19. The Fibre Fox (Instagram) | Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
  20. The Famers Daughter Fibers (Instagram) | Montana, USA
  21. The Copper Corgi Fiber Studio (Instagram) | Georgia, USA
  22. Tippy Tree Yarns (Instagram) | Windsor, Colorado, USA
  23. Teeny Button (Instagram) | New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  24. Tausendschönwolle (Instagram) |Saarbrücken, Germany
  25. Suburban Stitcher (Instagram) | Texas, USA
  26. Sweet Sparrow (Instagram) | New York, USA
  27. Stranded Dyeworks (Instagram) | East Coast of Scotland, United Kingdom
  28. Stitch Together Studio (Instagram) | no address, USA
  29. Sternstaub Wolle (Instagram) | Panzweiler, Germany
  30. Spun Right Round (Instagram) | Rochester, New York, USA
  31. Speckled Finch Studio (Instagram) | Northern California, USA
  32. Solstice Yarns (Instagram) | Shipley, United Kingdom
  33. Skein Yarn (Instagram) | Coffs Harbour, Australia
  34. Shirsty Cat Design (Instagram) | no address provided, USA
  35. Serenity Fibers (Instagram) | Lewisville, Texas, USA
  36. Serendipitous Wool Co. (Instagram) | Texas, USA
  37. Screaming Colors (Instagram) |Neuburg, Germany
  38. Schwedenrot Yarns (Instagram) Polch, Germany
  39. Sassy Strings Yarn Studio (Instagram) | Airdrie, Canada
  40. SamelinDyeworks (Instagram) | Bad Mergentheim, Germany
  41. RoseHipIsland (Instagram)| Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
  42. Rose Hill yarns (Instagram) | Calmar, Alberta, Canada
  43. Rock The Wool (Instagram) | Euskirchen, Germany
  44. Ritual Dyes (Instagram) | Southeast Portland | USA
  45. Rita Mae Yarns (Instagram)| York, Pennsylvania, USA
  46. Ravensword Fibres (Instagram) | Nova Scotia, Canada
  47. Qing Fibre (Instagram) | London, United Kingdom
  48. Purl And Knit (Instagram) |Neuenrade, Germany
  49. Purple Lamb Fiber Arts (Instagram) | North Texas, USA
  50. Polka Dot Sheep (Instagram) | Montana, USA
  51. PolkaDotCreek (Instagram) | Airdrie, Canada
  52. Pirate Purl Yarns (Instagram) | Newcastle, Australia
  53. Playful Day Yarns (Instagram, Etsy) | Petaluma, California, USA
  54. PlankandStella (Instagram) | Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  55. Pixie Yarns (Instagram) | Winscombe, United Kingdom
  56. Paca La Alpaca (Instagram) | (near) Guadalajara, Spain
  57. Ovis et Cetera (Instagram) | Bunde, Germany
  58. OzifarmersMarket (Instagram) | Lake Entrance, Australia
  59. Old Rusted Chair (Instagram) |Nashville, Tennessee, USA
  60. Old Maiden Aunt Yarns (Instagram) | Scotland, United Kingdom
  61. Olann (Instagram) | Killygarry, Ireland, United Kingdom
  62. Neighborhood Fiber & Co (Instagram) | Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  63. MythicaFibers (Instagram)| Yokohama, Japan
  64. Mudpunch (Instagram) | No address available, but it’s Canada
  65. Mothy and the Squid (Instagram) | Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire, United Kingdom
  66. Montana Crochet (Instagram) | near Helena, Montana, USA
  67. Miss Lamotte Yarns (Instagram)|  Cape Town, South Africa
  68. MissBabs (Instagram) | Mountain City, Tennessee, USA
  69. Miroyarns (Instagram) |Maunu, New Zealand
  70. Midknit Cravings (Instagram) | Saskatchewan, Canada
  71. MAD Scientist Yarns (Instagram) |Shifnal, United Kingdom
  72. Maelstrom Fiber Arts (Instagram | Etsy)| Wentzville, Missouri, USA
  73. Machete Shoppe (Instagram) | Poconos, Pennsylvania, USA
  74. Louie & Lola yarns (Instagram) | Mount Roland, Tasmania, Australia
  75. Lolabean Yarn & Co (Instagram) | ?
  76. Long Dog Yarn (Instagram) | Baton Rouge, L.A, USA
  77. Loft TwentyTwo (Instagram doesn’t seem active anymore, tho) | Ripon, California
  78. Little Bishes Stiches (Instagam) | Hagen, Germany
  79. Leading Men Fiber Arts (Instagram) | Central Illinois,
  80. Lavender Lune Yarn Co. (Instagram) | Northern Minnesota, USA
  81. Laine and Lotus (Instagram | Etsy) | Connecticut, USA
  82. Lady Dye Yarns (Instagram )| Massachusetts, USA
  83. Knittinggale Yarns (Instagram) |Wasthington State, USA
  84. Knittingbro Yarn (Instagram) |  Frackville, Pennsylvania, USA
  85. Knit or Dye (Instagram) | Queensland, Australia
  86. Knitty and Color (Instagram | Etsy) | Acworth, Georgia, USA
  87. Knitology (Instagram) | Michigan, USA
  88. Knitcircus Yarns (Instagram) | Wisconsin, USA
  89. Kindred Red (Instagram) | Oakland, California, USA
  90. Junk Yarn (Instagram) | Northern Carolina, USA
  91. House of Alamode Fibergoods.com (Instagram) | no address provided
  92. Heidiyarn Fiber (Instagram) | Herdecke, Germany
  93. Hedgehog Fibres (Instagram) |Cork, Republic of Ireland
  94. Hello Stella Fibres (Instagram) | Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  95. Hawthornecottage | Ballarat, Australia
  96. Harbor Fibres (Instagram) | Maine, USA
  97. HalfBaked (Instagram) | Melbourne, Australia
  98. Haalu the ugly bunny (Instagram) | Geilenkirchen, Germany
  99. Happy Hank (Instagram) |Bendigo, Australia
  100. Greentea Yarns (Instagram) | Mornington Peninsula, Australia
  101. Graphic Dyeworks (Instagram) |  Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
  102. Goosey Fibers (Instagram) | Massachusetts, USA
  103. Gingerfully Cozy (Instagram) | Edmonton, Canada
  104. Giddy Yarns (Instagram) | Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
  105. Gathered Sheep yarns (Instagram) | North Essex United Kingdom
  106. Frost Yarns (Instagram) |Southern California, USA
  107. Forgotten Fiber (Instagram) | Georgia, USA
  108. Forbidden Fiber Co (Instagram), Tennessee, USA
  109. Fullyspun (Instagram) | no address, but apparently USA
  110. Fiber Seed (Instagram) | Southern Ohio, USA
  111. Fiber Lily (Instagram) | no address provided, but Australia
  112. Faserliebe (Instagram) | Norderstedt, Germany
  113. Expression Fiber Arts (Instagram) | Charlotte, North Caroline, USA
  114. Explorer knits and fibers.com (Instagram) |  Illinois, USA
  115. Eden Cottage Yarns (Instagram) | Wetherby, United Kingdom
  116. Dragon Hoard Yarn (Instagram) | no address provided
  117. DoneRoving (Instagram) |  Downeast Maine, USA
  118. Dye Diana Dye (Instagram) | Atlanta, USA
  119. Destination Yarn (Instagram) | Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  120. Desert Bloom Yarns (Instagram) | Clarkdale, Arizona, USA
  121. Cowgirlblues (Instagram) |Cape Town, South Africa 
  122. Cornbread and Honey (Instagram) | Painesville, Ohio, USA
  123. ColagirlCollectiveAu (Instagram) | Adelaide, Australia
  124. Cloud Forest Yarns (Instagram) |Brisbane in Queensland, Australia
  125. C’Laines Boutique (Instagram) | Angers, France
  126. Cat Sandwich Fibers (Instagram) | no address provided, probably USA
  127. Casual Fashion Queen (Instagram) | Central Florida, USA
  128. Candy Skein (Instagram) | Astoria, Oregon, USA
  129. BuzzinYarns (Instagram) | Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
  130. Bumblebeeacresfarm (Instagram) | Northern Illinois, USA
  131. Broadwickfibers (Instagram, Etsy) | Denver, Colorado
  132. Blue Mule Fiber (Instagram) | Fayetville, Texas, USA
  133. Blue Moon Fiber Arts (Instagram) | Scappoose, Oregon, USA
  134. Blue Brick (Instagram) | Burlington, Ontario, Canada
  135. Blue Barn Fiber (Instagram) | Coeur d’Alene, Idaho | USA
  136. Big Sky Yarn & Co (Instagram) | Probably USA?
  137. Biffsugar Yarns (Instagram) | Salisbury, United Kingdom
  138. Becozi (Instagram, Etsy) |  State of Michigan, US
  139. Baahyarn (Instagram) | Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  140. BlackWattle Alpaca Yarn and Fibre (Instagram) | Murrumbateman, NSW, Australia
  141. Black Cat Yarn (Instagram) |Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
  142. A Whimsical Wood Yarn & Co (Instagram) | USA?
  143. Artemis Yarns (Instagram) | near Toulouse, France
  144. Atomic Fiber Co (Instagram) | Orofino, Idaho, USA
  145. Andromeda Sock Yarn (Instagram) | Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
  146. Anotherround (Instagram) | Rockland (?), Maine, USA
  147. Ancient Arts Fibre (Instagram) |Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  148. AMO yarn (Instagram) | Greenock, Scotland, United Kingdom
  149. Air de lune (Instagram, Etsy) | Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  150. A Handmade Journey (Instagram) |Johnson City, Tennessee, USA

Note: Kindly comment on this article if you would like to submit a further entry. It took forever and a day to research this list, but as this industry is changing so rapidly chances are very high I missed more than just a couple. Please understand that I won’t include yarn shops or indie dyers without an internationally accessible website or too high shipping costs for an English speaking audience.

Plant Dyers

hand dyed natural alpaca yarn
Naturally dyed alpaca yarn in Peru | pic: Ken Bosma @flickr.com

Are custom colorways / Indie dyers worth it?

If you clicked through any of the links above, then you probably are familiar with the fact that a 100-gram hank of the typical merino sock wool costs between 20 and 35ish USD. That’s a lot of money for one hank. Go to your local yarn shop (LYS), and you’ll find the same quality Lion Brand (etc.) yarn for a third of that price. So, of course, you might ask yourself if it’s worth it?

That is, entirely, a personal decision and one nobody can answer for you. But I can give you some pointers:

1. How much do indie yarn dyers make?

Most dyers have to buy the yarn bases from a wholesaler. Those typically sell in the range of 10 USD. And even if they produce their own yarn, they could always sell it for that price (if not more). That’s the base cost. Add the costs for the dyes/bleaches/hardware, packaging, and the labor, you might get the first inkling why these skeins are priced so high. And of course, the websites cost money, and so does the marketing. So, there’s a margin of 5ish to 10ish USD per sold skein in the best case.

Sounds, nice, eh? But obviously, one person can only dye, wind, label, and ship so many colorways per month, so that’s the ceiling. Of course, they can find further employees, but that is even more expensive and cuts down the margin even further (that’s one of the reasons you often see partners helping out).

2. Individuality has a price

Go to a LYS and you will find tons of solid and semi-solid yarn options by the big brands. The dyes are so extremely consistent that you could buy two green Schachenmayr Regia 4-ply sock yarns a decade apart and not notice a difference (just in case you were wondering, yes, I actually did that!). But, they can’t offer you a beautiful speckled colorway. Few produce truly great self-striping yarn, and of course, none of them offer made-to-order colors. And that individuality has a price.

I love natural fibers and dyes. I love knitting with exotic yarns and prefer semi-solids. So, for me, indie dyers are only very rarely a choice. Other people simply cannot afford to spend 200USD on a sweater, even if they wanted. And that’s okay as well (in this case, spinning, and dying your own yarn can be a viable approach). You are paying for creativity and adding a very personal touch to your finished object. Indie dyers are also often much faster in reacting to trends. Neon colors are just one example where the big brands were much slower in providing consumers with adequate choices.

3. You can find the perfect color for your project

I don’t know about you, but sometimes you see a pattern or have an idea for something you just HAVE to knit. And you instantly know which color you want it in. But then you go to your LYS and ask if they have a DK weight merino wool in a grey-ish pink and the answer is no. You don’t even want to know how often this has happened to me.

But for me, the reason why I knit is that I can knit whatever I want, in my size and my favorite color. If I wanted to be limited by size and color, I’d go to a regular department store and buy my sweaters there. That’s probably cheaper and faster in most cases. And this is another area where indie dyers excel. You can either browse the list to find your color or find one that will dye a hank or two according to your specifications.

4. Shop wisely

There are way over a hundred indie yarn dyers on my list, and there are probably a hundred more I didn’t find (yet) or didn’t deem worthy to enter the list (too small, weird shop, no international shipping, etc). Don’t think of them as one inherent mass where you can expect the same quality. Some of them have years of experience and others just started. Some know how to take photographs of their pictures (you know, with flower clippings and steaming coffee), others don’t. Some know how to create dyes that look beautiful when knitted, and others only create beautiful hanks. And the yarn bases don’t have the same quality either.

That’s why you absolutely need to shop wisely. A lot of dyers offer mini skeins. Use that to test the quality and stick to those you liked. Also, some dyers provide swatches for their colorways you can look at before you shop. And then, of course, there are shipping costs. If you buy a single skein here, and another single skein there, you will end up with tremendous amounts of shipping costs.

Oh..and talking about single skeins. I know, 30 USD for a skein is expensive. So 60 for two is even more money. But, consider resisting the temptation and don’t buy too many single skeins (except you are a sock knitter). There’s only so much you can knit with 100 grams of sock yarn. Too often, these beautiful colorways never get knit because there’s never the right project with it.

5. It’s about treating yourself

Knitting takes time. Some of us are a bit faster, and others prefer a slower pace, but you end up spending hours upon hours looking and feeling a yarn – before you even get to wear it. That’s one of the reasons why I choose the yarns and fibers I knit with so carefully. I don’t want to knit 40 hours with a horrible acrylic yarn from the 80ies that is prone to triboelectric charging and makes my fingers feel sweaty.

Now, obviously, some knitters operate on a tighter budget than others, and tastes differ as well. So, there is absolutely no need to buy from indie dyers and they are not inherently better. But, those yarns can be a nice way to treat yourself to something special you will thoroughly enjoy knitting with.

6. Indie dyers are not for knitters on a tight budget

I already touched on the subjects of quality and budget, but I want to stress one more point: If you can’t really afford that custom colorway, don’t buy it!

I had colorways that were this side of heaven, but I also had tangled messes with knots in between that bled like crazy, knitted up like a nightmare with tons of color-pooling (even though the skein looked beautiful!), and that took forever and a day to ship.

Now, please don’t get the impression that this happens one out of two orders. Far from it. But it’s not unheard of either. And it would be quite the pity if you saved up to be finally able to afford it and then get disappointed proportionally. You are not paying for magic unicorn fluff (okay, I’m sure there is a colorway with that name, lol) but for quite a lot of hard labor and a lot of creativity.

Last thoughts

raw dyed wool

I wrote this list in the hope to give people the perfect way to find the best yarn for their next project. These days, it’s often those dyers who are best at taking pictures and marketing themselves on social media who get the most attention. This list is meant as an equalizer.

In this spirit, I urge you to look behind the scenes. Some shops may appear a bit outdated, but that doesn’t mean the quality is worse. Some might not have the largest following on social media, but their colorways can be just as amazing. And sometimes, when one shop currently has no stocks, it pays off to look around to find something similar or even better. So, feel free to bookmark my little list and peruse it at your leisure. I will make sure to update it regularly.

Note: Here’s a tutorial if you still don’t know how to roll a hank of yarn into a ball. And here’s how to read yarn labels.

So, That was my ultimate list of indie yarn dyers. I hope you found something to your liking & make sure to tell me about your favorite dyers in the comments!

The ultimate list of indie yarn dyers

34 thoughts on “The best indie yarn dyers”

  1. I very much enjoy Gathered Sheep yarns based in the UK. A single person business focusing on pure wool (some from her town), supports smaller croft, and uses recycled and recyclable packaging.

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  2. Thank you for this extensive list, Norman. I like yarns from Palouse Yarn Company in Moscow, Idaho, USA. Also a single-person business– owner has a dye studio as well as local store stocking lots of brands. (I’m a satisfied customer, not the owner.)

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  3. A fantastic list! As someone just getting into indie yarn I appreciate this so much, as there are so many dyers to choose from! Just a note (to save anyone the surprise shipping costs), Wild Atlantic Yarns (no.6 in the list I think) in Donegal are in the Republic of Ireland, not the UK!

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    • Hey Caitie,
      thanks for catching that mistake…and the worst part..I’ve been to Donegal twice already, lol! But hey…this is a big list and the information on some websites a bit…let’s say scarce. heh.

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  4. Hi Norman,
    I am becoming a fan of everything you have created on the web. I serendipitously found a YouTube video of yours and was impressed by your clear instructions and entertaining manner. I just bought a mushroom pattern and have been reading through it before I start. Anyway, I wanted to share 2 of my very favorite yarn dyers. Solstice Yarns on Etsy. Her name is Eleanor and she is very prompt and professional with getting her yarns to customers. She is a poetess with color and names for her yarn. She is very reasonably priced, too. I also love DDD or DyeDianaDye Whom I have met through Ravelry. She also has recently opened an online store. She dyes bamboo, silk and linen yarns in intense colors. DyeForYarn is based in Germany and they have lovely consistent colors too. They sell out of Etsy, too.

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  5. Wow! What I wonderful rabbit hole to get lost in – so many I did not know about here! I have a few more to add as I have a wonderful selection of Indy Dyers in Montana that I love – Western Sky Knits, Big Sky Yarn Co, and Polka Dot Sheep Yarns (not to be confused with PolkaDot Creek). Thank you for completing this arduous task.

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  6. I am desperate to find Indi Yarn Dyers in Spain, specially if the wool is from Spain as well. And the ice on the cake would be if it is my own province. I am pretty sure there have to be people here as there is an area with a special breed of Merino sheeps with lot of artisans from all over Europe come to settle here.

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  7. Old Maiden Aunt (Scotland I believe) do some wonderful semi-solid yarns

    Also slight typo on Stranded Dyeworks location 😊 (I love their yarn too and have some wonderfully squishy hats made from the Aran weight yarns they very rarely offer)

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  8. Thank you, Norman, for this amazing and inclusive list. I would love to bring to your attention a few more… ; ) Sweet Sparrow Yarns has beautiful and natural looking colorways in soft beautiful tones that you may really like. Many bases to choose from that the owner, Julie, dyes including a nice one with a tiny slub texture to it. Her business is in Upstate New York, USA. Another great one in Montreal, Canada is By Delz, Vincent Deslandes, a highly skilled dyer and designer too. One more is Michelle of Woolens & Nosh who makes amazing self-striping colorways with rich colors on different bases. Loving your tutorials. Hope you’re having a wonderful holiday! Cheers!

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  9. Hi, Norman! I subscribed to your newsletter, and thank you for the free knitting pattern!

    I would like to add something to the list above, and it’s called Papiput yarn, hand dyed yarns from where I am, Indonesia! I am so happy to share it with you! (Their yarns are not cheap, though, one hank costs 230.000 Rupiahs (around 16$) w/o shipping)

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    • Thank you for adding it. Please understand that I won’T add it to the list as currently most people reading my blog aren’t based in South East Asia. Also, when I checked, they didn’t have any inventory.

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  10. Hallo Norman!
    Ich habe deine wunderbare Liste durch deinen YT comment heute gefunden. Wow – toll! Danke für die viele Arbeit.

    Ich hätte noch 1 hinzuzufügen:
    https://www.littlebishesstitches.net/
    aus Hagen/ Deutschland
    ihre Website ist ist eigentlich in Englisch (aber auch Deutsch)
    Sie liefert weltweit.
    Und ich liebe, liebe ihre Färbungen.

    Liebe Grüße, Hannah

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  11. Dear Norman,

    I found your blog recently and have been bingeing right through it. Thank you so, so much for all the information!

    Would you be willing to share where you got the yarn in the centre of the first picture within the article (the dark green-blueish hank, between a blue one and a yellow one)? That one is really stunning.

    And one suggestion for the list: Painter’s Yarn in Ry, Denmark.
    Her yarn’s are amazing 🙂

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    • Added them Laura. Thx for the addition. I mean, they are more like a local yarn shop but it seems they are getting serious about dyeing so it seems okay to be included.

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